Here is some good news from the Center for Disease Control: by 2050, life expectancy in the U.S. will be 87.5 years. 
Or at least we thought this was good news. According to a Northwestern Mutual study, it turns out that only 56 percent of American are financially prepared to live to age 75, and even fewer are prepared to live to 85 or 95. Women are expected to live even longer than men but they're even more in danger of outliving their finances.
In fact, only 45 percent of those surveyed have any plan regarding their financial life, down from 72 percent in 2011
For more detailed breakdown regarding financial preparedness check out the Northwestern Mutual infographic below: