Half of non-retired adults (49%) said they were not confident they’d be financially prepared to retire in the future, and 42% of non-retired adults said that was causing them anxiety, according to the survey results, which were reported by the Journal of Accountancy on Wednesday. Still, 46% of non-retired adults said they were confident they will save enough for retirement.
Many respondents said political uncertainty was the reason for their anxiety — including uncertainty about health care (68%), Social Security (62%) and tax rates (52%).
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The poll, conducted by Harris Poll, surveyed 1,018 people by telephone during March.