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Estimating your “biological age” vs. your chronological age

Everyone knows their chronological age, the number we give when someone says “how old are you?”.  And many if not most people planning for their retirement use this as one of the guideposts.  But when planning your retirement, your “biological age” is the one that should be used to estimate how long your savings must last.  This article by Robert Powell appears at USA Today and discusses the differences between chronological and biological age, and how those should be factored into your planning.  Click here to read more.

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