The Retirement Apocalypse Isn’t Coming
Grandma’s much anticipated Arctic cruise becomes a slow drift away on an ice floe. Grandpa mortgages his kidneys to pay for a new heart. Social Security is deader than disco. That bleak vision is only a slight exaggeration of the retirement catastrophes foretold by the media, financial firms, and many experts. It’s a scare tactic that’s moved the tone of the U.S. savings and retirement conversation from a constructive call to action to an alarmist frenzy. Building a solid financial future isn’t easy—wages are stagnant, markets have been disappointing, and Americans are getting older and living longer…Read More
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