The generation that changed the world, often simply from sheer headcount, is worried about its retirement years, according to a new study from the Insured Retirement Institute.

The percentage of baby boomers who are confident in their financial preparations for retirement declined to 37%, according to the IRI. That percentage has dropped over the three years that IRI has published this report. Moreover, 61 % of boomers do not expect their financial situations to improve over the next five years.

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