The present standard of retiring somewhere between ages 60 and 70 is not going to be sustainable when half the population lives to 80 or 90 – which is already realistic today – let alone 100 or more. It’s just not possible. If you’re like me, you don’t intend to retire at 70 or maybe not at all, but it’s nice to know we have the option. Future generations won’t.
I refuse to extrapolate the stories of two families profiled in the linked Washington Post article but will readily admit the author may be on to something. The cartoon was not part of the article but ran in my local newspaper’s Sunday Comics. So I put the two together and the picture is anything but funny.
So what happens when you look at sales figures for RV’s in the US? Yeah…wow.
I guess it’s pretty tough out there for some. The sad thing is it’s going to get a lot tougher.
The Retirement Myth. It’s a new hashtag.
I found some pretty sound advice here. Scroll down to the bottom of the article.