Money, Not Age, Determines Retirement and Boomers Are Worried
You might remember your granddad counting the days up to his 65th birthday, when he would retire in glory with a gold watch and a pension, all set to fire up the RV and tour the country. Today, it would seem those memories are nothing but nostalgia. More often, retirement has nothing to do with age -- it's all about the Benjamins. Recent research shows that three out of four middle-income baby boomers say that their financial situation, not their age, will determine when they retire.