10 Ways Boomers Can Avoid Savings Shortfalls in Retirement
What’s scarier than dying? Outliving your savings, say scores of Baby Boomers. The fear is understandable. Today, healthy 65-year-olds have at least a 40% chance of living into their 90s with health-care costs expected to be a significant challenge. Here’s a 10-point checklist from the Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement, an education and advocacy group, to help Boomers avoid retirement shortfalls.