Are you expecting too much, or too little, out of whatever retirement you’ll have? There’s no guarantee, of course, but everyone should do some planning and these sites can guide the way.
“Oh, no! I forgot to save for retirement,” says the headline here. About.com’s retirement planning site has links to articles about understanding retirement accounts, how to deal with old 401(k) accounts when you change jobs, and different ways to think about what your financial, housing and other needs will be when and if you retire.
How to retire in style. Click on articles in the right-hand column under “Retirement Planning” on this page at the Motley Fool site for investors to read about the challenges of planning an early retirement. One post notes that retiring at 50 leaves you more than three decades, on average, to fend for yourself — a huge challenge. If you haven’t done so before, you’ll be asked to register at the site.