Millennials urged to plan for '100-year horizon'
By Peter Armstrong, CBC News
You're never going to retire. At least not in the way we have come to perceive retirement.
For a while there, we had a pattern. You went to school, you worked and then you retired for a handful of years before your eternal demise. Well, that pattern is broken. We live longer and fewer of us have company pensions to see us through those final years.
Jonathan Chevreau, author of the book Victory Lap Retirement, says people have to adjust their perceptions to meet the new reality.