Many Americans think they'll be working past age 65 -- and some are OK with that.
More than 80% admit they don't know what it takes to save.
Workers and business owners expect to work longer because of the recession. That may not be bad.
The latest venture for the 88-year-old actress is a line of hoodies with earbuds. Maybe respect for her will rub off on the rest of us.
Proposed rule would eliminate do-over opportunity.
Ultimately, deciding when and how to leave the workforce isn't about some number in a retirement account.
The 'old normal' may be a thing of history. How will this affect your retirement plans?
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