When it comes to the assumptions your retirement is riding on, the author of today’s article warns that “abject optimism can be dangerous.” But not only do many retirement planners have overly optimistic expectations about rates of return in the coming years, many are also overly optimistic with their plans to work longer in order to help fund their retirements: more than half of workers expect to work past age 65, but nearly two-thirds of retirees leave the workforce earlier than expected. So what steps can pre-retirees take today to increase their chances of indeed working longer? CLICK HERE to find out.
Pre-Retirees Are Dangerously Optimistic About Working Longer. Here’s How You Can Increase Your Odds
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