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Besides the money, working past normal retirement age is good for you

The fact is, we’re living longer.  Advances in healthcare technology have moved average life expectancy today well into the 80’s, meaning that more and more seniors find that they’re not ready to hang up their work boots when the traditional retirement age of 65 is reached.  And for most, continuing to work has benefits well beyond the extra money by providing psychological and emotional advantages, including a feeling of being valued.  70 is the new 50, according to this Highland (CA) Community News article by Dan Weber, CEO of the Association of Mature American Citizens.  Click here to read more.

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