One Good tip from Freemoneyfinance.com
If you want enough saved to retire you need to invest early and often. This guy didn't do so and now he's looking at working for most of the rest of his life. This isn't necessarily a bad thing -- as long as he can work (many people do better working than not working.) But if his health fails, he's in deep trouble.
One Good tip from Consumerreports.org
If you're fortunate enough to have a traditional defined-benefit pension coming to you, staying in the rat race can make you a richer rodent. That's because pensions are typically figured using a formula that multiplies your years of service by some percentage of your salary. Not only will more years mean a bigger pension, notes Bill Ramsay, a certified financial planner in Raleigh, N.C., but since your salary will probably rise each year you stay on the payroll, that too will boost your total.
One Good tip from forbes.com
If you want to stay on with your current employer, consider asking your boss for reduced hours, less responsibility or cyclical work that would still bring in some money but give you more flexibility, a sort of virtual retirement.
One Good tip from Moneycentral.msn.com
Plan to work at least part time for extra income during retirement.