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In 2000, approximately a third of Latino baby boomers were U.S. born, and another third were non-citizens; the remaining Latinos were mostly naturalized citizens, with some having been born in U.S. territories (mostly Puerto Rico)....

In 2006, white older baby boomers (born 1946-1953) in general had far more assets ($200,000) than either older Latino boomers ($44,200) or older black boomers ($23,000); however, when education level is considered, the disparity in assets between whites and Latinos was greatly reduced....