Somewhat related. The video is somewhat less downbeat than the text. Any <retired> mouse http://www.bnn.ca/News/2013/2/1/Whatever-happened-to-Freedom...Whatever happened to Freedom 55?BLOG: Freedom 55 was a marketing campaign from London Life Insurance in the mid 1980s that exemplified the optimism of a 25 year bull market in its early stages. The ads showed healthy middle-aged couples climbing mountains and sailing into the sunset. Fast forward to the post 2007 financial meltdown and Freedom 55 has become a cruel joke. A recent survey by Sun Life Financial found the average Canadian now expects to retire at 68 - a full year more than expectations from the previous year's survey.
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