Savings run out just 7 years after retirement

Becky Barrow
February 2013
Daily Mail;2/20/2013, p9
WE spend our working lives looking forward to an old age in which we can happily indulge in holidays and hobbies - but now it seems the typical nest egg put aside will vanish just seven years after retirement.


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