Plan to work for the rest of your life? You still need a nest egg
It’s not at all surprising, what with longevity steadily increasing, that more and more people plan to work well past the “normal” retirement age, often into their 70’s. Some seniors even plan to work for the rest of their lives. And with those plans in place for so many these days, it’s understandable that they might place building a retirement nest egg on the back burner. But the best laid plans all too often don’t materialize as envisioned, and unexpected events in life mean that you’ll need to lean heavily on savings, rather than work earnings, to meet your financial needs. In this Montana Standard article by Maurie Backman, the author explains why building a retirement nest egg is important, even if you plan to work to a ripe old age. Click here to read more.