A New Look at Retired Life

It’s not really that new, since the trend toward working during those retirement years seems to have become the norm for many folks. In fact, Transmerica Center for Retirement Studies recently reported that that almost two-thirds (65 percent) of workers plan to work after age 65 or don’t plan to retire ever. So what’s driving the trend? Lawrence Carrel, in a post on www.investors.com takes a look at what’s happened to the traditional view on retirement, citing two fundamental reasons why a growing number of reitrees are opting to remain in the workforce: boredom and financial need. Check out his post here…


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