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Best-laid plans for retirement undone, legions are remaking their golden years

Larry Strunk, a retired Boeing customer-service rep, put his money into something he "thought was very solvent — Washington Mutual." Now his investment is worth pennies and things are "really tough." Still, at age 66, he isn't planning on going back to work.