Some 50 percent of Baby Boomers ages 50 to 59, with anywhere from six to 15 years before retirement, indicated in a recent survey that they don't know how much money they'll need when they finally stop working.Furthering their financial dilemma, 60 percent of those polled said that they intend to save more than they do, but don't always get around to it.

The results are among a series of findings from a Guardian Life Insurance Co. survey titled "Leading-Edge Boomers: Rethinking Retirement & Exploring Annuities."

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