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As director of retirement planning at Bank Hapoalim, Miri Nahmani meets many clients who are not aware of their retirement rights and tax benefits.
A few years ago, Financial Engines did a survey on financial procrastination. It found that 68% of adults age 55 or older admit to procrastinating on retirement planning.
They were stopped by security guards at the scene.
The crux of the problem is that longer life expectancies and much lower birthrates are putting a toll on pension systems throughout the aging Western world.