A new risk index suggests many won't be able to afford their current lifestyle in retirement, but a little extra work or savings would help a lot.
By Jeanne Sahadi, CNNMoney.com senior writer
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) – A new retirement risk index released Tuesday estimates that 43 percent of working-age households are not likely to have enough retirement income to replicate their current standard of living.
I wonder if they will be talking about this in the high schools to give kids a heads up. I doubt it. Not that all the kids would listen or care, but I'm sure it could help some future ER Forum members.