Few Americans boast about how comfortably they're going to live in retirement. More common are those too scared to bring up the topic. Told the U.S. faces a retirement apocalypse, they try to avoid thinking about their financial future.
Here's a little something to lure them out of their mental bunkers: From wages and debt levels to health-care costs, some of the scariest financial trends are reversing. That doesn’t mean Americans can stop saving. But they may want to take a break from all the worry and self-flagellation to enjoy some actual good news on the retirement front.