Delaying retirement, and its financial implications
It’s no secret that more and more people are choosing to delay their retirement, in some cases until well into their 70’s. And even those still younger assume that the traditional retirement age of 65 has gone by the wayside. There are several reasons for this, not the least of which is the extended longevity we now enjoy, but there are a lot of financial implications to consider when waiting beyond 70 to retire. This article by financial planner David T. Mayes appears at seacoastonline.com and discusses some interesting questions that are raised when you retire after 70. Click here to read more.