Workers Retiring Later

boomersThe Society of Actuaries reports that nearly one in five Americans in their early 70s are still working. A big reason cited is that the age at which people can claim full Social Security benefits is currently 66. With actuarial tables showing that a 65-year old male can expect to live an additional 20 years, working longer has become a necessity, since retirement may very well last far longer than previously anticipated.

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