For Retirement, 80 May be the New 65
Small Business Labs
NOVEMBER 17, 2011
We've long been forecasting and writing about the growing trend of Americans working past traditional retirement age. But even we're surprised by a Wells Fargo survey showing that 75% of Americans plan to work in their retirement years - and 25 percent saying they'll need to work until at least age 80 because they will not have enough money to retire comfortably. Past surveys have had this percentage closer to 50%.