By Michael Buchanan
Social affairs correspondent, BBC News
Meet the extreme savers who live for an end to the nine-to-five.
Roy Kharbanda retired from his corner shop after spending 40 years in the heart of his community.
By Kevin Peachey
Personal finance reporter
Krissy Abbott had to depend on food banks and handouts, when she was expecting to live on her state pension - but her retirement age had changed from 60 to 65.
By Katharina Stefanie
BBC News, Washington DC
By Ian Rose
BBC Business producer, Madrid