Life expectancy in the United States was 78.7 years when we entered the pandemic. There has been a 0.08% increase from 2020 rising to 78.99 years on average.
The idea of going back to work at all, after lounging about in comfortable gym gear for a year, is enough to shelve the idea of working through to 70
Retirement savings are ticking upward, according to an analysis of retirement assets by Fidelity for the first quarter of 2021.
New census data shows a greater share of workers over 65 made the decision to retire during the COVID pandemic.
Take a look at which debts to focus on before you exit the workforce. The shackles of debt will inevitably catch up with you and put a damper on those golden years.
With retirement around the corner, what are the right moves to make. There are a few retirement mistakes you should be very aware of avoiding at this critical time.
On average, retirement savings range from about $15,000 for younger adults, up to about $170,000 for those in their 60s.
No matter where you retire this year, you can be sure that you’ll be spending a lot more time at home.
Retirement is showing different trends than previous years and the numbers make for a very interesting analysis.
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