"Working and playing at the same time during their 60s won't be the ideal approach for everyone, but it underscores the need for young investors to begin saving for retirement as early and as much as possible," Ms. Fahlund said. "That's the key factor in eventually having enough money to start retirement and being able to stop working at a time of one's own choosing."
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About the SurveyThe survey was conducted online within the United States by Harris Interactive on behalf of T. Rowe Price from December 1-12, 2011, among 860 adults aged 21-50 who have at least one investment account. This online survey is not based on a probability sample and therefore no estimate of theoretical sampling error can be calculated. For additional information about the survey, please contact Bill Benintende at email@example.com. SOURCE T. Rowe Price Group