There has been a steady drumbeat of downbeat news about retirement lately.
More than half of us won’t have enough money to maintain our living standards in retirement—even if we work to age 65, about two years past the average retirement age, according to various estimates. No wonder more people are working into their golden years, or planning to do so.
But here’s the good news: Working longer allows you to start playing sooner, says Christine Fahlund, vice president and senior financial planner at T. Rowe Price Group.
Read the full story at the Wall Street Journal.