A Kiplinger-ATHENE Poll: Retirees Are Worried About Money

Concerns about recession, inflation and health care costs weigh on retirees and near retirees.

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A bear market accompanied by market volatility has led to shifting perceptions of what constitutes a secure retirement, according to a new national poll by Kiplinger and retirement services company Athene. Top concerns of retirees and near-retirees include a possible recession, the financial security of Social Security, the cost of health care and inflation.

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