Ooh I'm in!
We're not so good on this front. We have a retirement savings account and it's not bad... took a hit but not as bad as many (diversified) and has now rebounded to where it was. Certainly have a ways to go.
I say "we" but it's E.G.'s which bothers me a bit. I was working on a retirement account at my old job but it went poof when I moved (wasn't there long enough). I saved a good chunk of money from when I was working, but that went into the house.
I have worked enough to get some social security but not that much.
I certainly don't plan on getting divorced but as a principle I would prefer to not just rely on my husband's retirement funds. I do plan to go back to full-time work at some point (when? that's the rub) and hope to build up some more then.
We have good life insurance policies and all that (knock on wood).
Our big glaring lack right now is a college account for sozlet. Since E.G.'s a professor we get discounts (to the place he's teaching anyway*, and who knows where she'll want to go), and she might be able to get some scholarships (she's a smartie now but who knows what will happen between now and then) but that's something we really need. We have some plain old regular savings and need to do something with that.
*The University of Chicago pays not only tuition for faculty's families there, but will pay the value
of a University of Chicago tuition ANYWHERE. Since University of Chicago is expensive (quick google search yields $36,891), that's a mighty nice benefit. This is moot, he doesn't work there, but he almost got a job there and that was a very tempting element... sigh...