Nearly three-quarters of Americans get stressed out or anxiouswhen they think about retirement saving and investing.

According to the 2013 Franklin Templeton Retirement IncomeStrategies and Expectations survey, stress is on the rise, with 37%of respondents saying they were more concerned they would outlivetheir assets or have to make major sacrifices in their retirementplans than they were a year ago.

In response to the stress, 67% of pre-retirees indicated theywould be willing to make financial sacrifices now to live better inretirement.

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