Retirement - something taken for granted by Americans going back half a century - is no sure thing anymore. Not after the Great Recession, years of high unemployment, the collapse of housing prices, and stocks still below historic peaks.
Many people now picture themselves, like it or not, working far into old age - if they even are able. Their battle cry could be "Retire, if you dare!"
In the old days, the 1990s, baby boomers said they were better prepared than their parents for retirement. Now, they're not so sure.