The good news? Over the past decade, the outset of which coincided with the beginning of the recovery from the Great Recession, Americans’ odds of a successful retirement have improved significantly. The bad news? This applies almost exclusively to affluent Americans, whereas most Americans’ retirement prospects are no better than they were at the beginning of the decade – or are even worse. As a result, the author of today’s article asserts that “Retirement in America has become a tale of two very different realities in the decade now drawing to a close” – and he examines how this has become so. For more, CLICK HERE.