Taiwanese generally plan too late for retirement: survey
Taipei, Aug. 19 (CNA) Taiwanese on average wait until they are 36.6 years old to begin to planning for retirement, and 22 percent do not start until in their 40s, a survey by an asset management company revealed Wednesday.
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