A survey by Fidelity Investments recently found that one-third of working adults are delaying their retirement plans due to financial reasons.

Fidelity's national survey of workers ages 25 and older found that individuals had different reasons for pushing back their retirement timetable, with 55 percent citing they had not saved enough, 35 percent saying they had started saving too late and 34 percent noting they are continuing to work to maintain their employer-paid health coverage.

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