Is half a million the magic number?


If you have $500,000 or more, the way you view retirement is likely to be much sunnier than if you have less than that amount.

A survey by Mantz Research, a marketing consulting firm, found that only 35 percent of near-retirees who expect to have assets of at least $500,000 were worried about whether they would have enough to last through their lifetimes.

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