That’s according to a study from Boston College’s Center for Retirement Research that shows fewer than half of US workers will have enough money saved to retire at 65. But if those same people keep working until they are 70, the picture improves dramatically, with 86 percent likely to be financially comfortable in retirement.
In the 401(k) era, 70 may be the new age to retire
By Beth Healy| Globe Staff June 21, 2012
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