NEW YORK (5/21/13)--Thanks to healthy lifestyle and medical changes, your chances of living to age 90 and having a better quality of life in retirement are increasing every year. While your retirement life is likely to last longer, it prompts a crucial question: Will you have enough money to cover your changing needs as long as you live (MSN Money May 13)?
Here are three strategies to help you enjoy a long, fiscally healthy retirement.
If you're a woman, you face a two-pronged risk: If you're single, you'll probably live longer than a man your age, and on less money. If you're married, you can't count on two Social Security payments for your full lifespan; plan for several years of widowhood.
For more information, read "Four Key Steps to 'No Regrets' Retirement" in the Home & Family Finance Resource Center.