When they started to work together 50 years ago I doubt the Rolling Stones knew how successful they would be decades later.
Their goal was to play the music they loved, in front of people who appreciated it. That plan seems to have worked out quite well.
Not that they look ready to put their feet up.
NAPF believes many over 50s are sleepwalking into their old age. Essentially they are not putting enough by for their non-working years. Risky given increasing life expectancy. Making ends meet in years to come calls for effort now.
Perhaps a good first step would be to visit the Money Advice Service website www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk and see what information it contains, to help with long-term planning.
A reasonable second step would be to find a supportive coach, set a financial goal, and work steadily towards it.
Most of us won’t be multi-millionaires in our 50s and 60s but, I believe, many of us could be more secure financially: starting now with a bit of time devoted to planning our future.