How To Start Planning Your Retirement While You’re Still In Your Twenties
By Kyle Ramsay
Pick your careers wisely, new grads. You may be working for more than a half-century. A recent analysis we conducted here at NerdWallet found that, on average, the class of 2015 won’t be able to retire until age 75. According to the Center for Retirement Research, the latest trends in Social Security claims imply that the average retirement age today is 62—which means that at the current rate, millennials may end up working some 13 years longer than their parents.