A new study indicates that the elderly in 48 states and the District of Columbia won't be able to replace the recommended 70% of their pre-retirement income.
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Whether it's for money or for love of work, more and more people are choosing to delay retirement. Maybe you should too.
This valuable lesson can change the way you and your children look at money and vastly improve your life, now and in later years.
Baby boomers can expect to have less to spend in retirement than their parents did. And that's without cuts to Social Security and Medicare.
A new app encourages retirement savers to picture themselves in old age.
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