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Older workers staying on the job is more effective strategy than increasing savings

According to new research by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), working a little longer and postponing the start of Social Security benefits can raise annual retirement income by as much as a modestly higher saving rate over several decades of work. Primary earners ages 62 to 69 can substantially increase their retirement standard of living by applying the working-longer strategy. Read article here…

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