Money: Enjoy The Climb

Retirement further off? Here's how to prepare today for your later working years

Long in denial about the savings and financial planning needed for a comfortable retirement, baby boomers may finally be catching on. A growing number say they'll retire after age 65, and 70% of all workers now plan to labor at least part-time after quitting their careers, according to a survey by the nonprofit Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI). Three years of slumping stocks and a crummy job market have taken their toll, but eyes have been opened. The future can be good--really--if you focus on the positive aspects of extending your career and make a few smart financial decisions along the...

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