In The Middle
According to TIME magazine, an American born today has a projected lifespan that’s 20 full years longer than one born in 1925, adding that we are, as a society, growing old. For the first time in U.S. history, the number of people who are age 60 exceeds those under age 15 (Laura Carstesen). Longevity has made middle age a sliding scale.
If you can’t decide on when to start middle age, is it possible to determine your halfway point to retirement?
If you’ve made it there, where should you be financially?
Join Dennis and Shea today as they discuss a topic that is very near and dear to Shea’s own retirement timeline.