Survey: Healthcare costs cause many self-employed boomers to push back retirement

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As many as 5 million self-employed baby boomers are $335,000 short from saving $1 million for retirement, according to TD Ameritrade's 2015 Self-Employed Survey.

There are approximately 15 million self-employed Americans. Results from TD Ameritrade's survey show rising healthcare costs are a significant driver of the inability among the self-employed to adequately save for retirement.

Here are six key takeaways from the survey.

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