Center for Retirement Research

For Many Hopeful Retirees, 70 May Not Be the New 65 After All

It%u2019s become common (and comforting) wisdom: Those who haven%u2019t saved enough for their golden years can meet their retirement income needs by working until they're 70, instead of the traditional 65. But that's not true for at least a third of U.S. workers, reveals a new study.

When You Retire Really Matters

As baby boomers start hitting age 65, putting off retirement for a few years has become all the rage. But even if you're pessimistic about your financial prospects, you may not need to wait as long as you might think to retire securely.