UNDATED (CNN) -- A new survey finds a growing number of middle-class Americans plan to postpone their golden years until they are in their 80s.
Wells Fargo surveyed a thousand adults with income of less than $100,000.
The survey found 30 percent of them plan to work until they are 80 or older. That's up from 25 percent a year ago.
A Wells Fargo spokesman says it's very tough for Americans to save for retirement and the answer seems to be to keep working later into life.