Want to see the world once you're done working?
The latest Transamerica Retirement Survey, conducted this year, found baby boomers cited travel most often as their top dream for retirement, above spending more time with family or pursuing hobbies.
But it looks like any traveling will have to be done on a tight budget. That's because, of that same group, only 51 percent think they are currently building a large enough nest egg to stop working and more than half said outliving their savings was their greatest fear.
Yet there are ways to cut costs if you want to travel and do it for less.