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Retirement is right around the corner for baby boomers — if they haven’t already entered it — yet so many are financially unprepared.

Baby boomers, or those born between 19, expect they’ll need 8,000 in their defined contribution plans by the time they retire, but the average in those employer-sponsored plans is 3,000, according to a survey of 900 investors by financial services firm Legg Mason.

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The Royal Mint explains: 'To avoid confusion between the old and new coinage all three coins had the word 'NEW' incorporated into the reverse design.More of them have a defined contribution plan, according to the Legg Mason survey, with an average of 9,000 stashed away for a goal of 1,000 by retirement.They are also investing conservatively, with 25% in cash, 21% in equities, 17% in fixed income, 11% in non-traditional assets, 16% in investment real estate, 7% in gold and other precious metals and 4% in other investments.Only a third of Americans who have access to a 401(k) plan contribute to it, and previous research suggests the typical middle-aged American couple only has ,000 saved for the future.Meanwhile, millennials may not be able to picture themselves in retirement at all, though are urged by financial professionals to make a habit of saving, if even only as little as .

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