“Baby Boomers”–The Ultimate Revisionists for Retirement Life

What was once the retirement norm–age 65–is becoming a thing of the past. The “Baby Boom” generation is now dominating attitudes about the very concept of retirement, opting more and more to undertake new careers late in life, stay engaged in the workforce, and  sidestep the leisurely life of golf, beaches, and rocking chairs once envisioned as the goal for those hitting their mid-60s. With life expectancy running into the late-80s and 90s, there’s time for that later. Scott Hanson, CFP and Kiplinger contributor examines this trend in a post on www.kiplinger.com. Check it out here…


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