7 Exciting Ways Retired Life Will Transform by 2050

Future of Retirement

Will Millennials have it better or worse than Boomers in retirement?

Millennials will have some advantages that no other generation before them has had.1

They’re going to enter retirement with more education and the ability to work longer and save more for retirement.1

But it’s not all sunshine and rainbows.

Millennials will also have more student debt.

And they’re getting married, buying homes, and having kids later in life than their parents and grandparents. That could mean they put off saving for retirement, too.1

So, what does that all mean for retirement in the future?

Like styles and feelings, retirement changes with time. And those who are looking to retire in 2050 won’t have the same experience as today’s retirees.

So, how will retirement be different in 2050?

The answer to that is the focus of this month’s Visual Insights Newsletter.

New technology and longer lifespans are just a couple of things that could change retirement in the future.

And they could bring a lot more excitement and complexity to retired life in 2050.

Go ahead and click here to check out 7 surprising retirement trends of the future.

What are you looking forward to the most in retirement? Or if you’re retired, what’s surprised you the most about life in retirement? We’d love to hear about your plans for retirement and/or your experiences as a retiree.

1 https://www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/How-Will-Retirement-Saving-Change-by-2050.docx.pdf

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