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Even the Rich Can't Retire When They Planned to Anymore

The long recession and slow recovery have forced millions of average Americans to give up their dreams of retiring at 65. But you might be surprised to learn than even among those who have quite a bit of money stashed away for retirement, the vast majority are planning to work longer, too.

Investing at 60: Pacing Yourself for a Long Retirement

Personal finance expert Jean Chatzky has reached the last post in this series, aimed at those of you who are age 60 and over -- or interested in a little advance planning. Here are your tips for making that nest egg last as long as you do.