Live Longer And Prosper In Your Golden Years
Are you part of the baby boomer generation that now is surging into retirement? Or are you a member of "Generation X," which isn't far behind? In either case, some traditional ideas about retirement no longer may apply.
Maybe the "new" 65 is 70 or even 75.
What is the main implication of this change? By living longer, it's likely you'll have to save more for retirement, or figure out ways to stretch your dollars further if you want to maintain a comfortable lifestyle. If you do nothing, you could run the risk of outliving your retirement savings. You'll also have a lot less, if anything at all, to pass on to your heirs.
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