One in five Americans say they’ll delay claiming Social Security - MarketWatch

According to the July 2020 Retirement Confidence Index from SimplyWise, 62 percent of Americans said they are more concerned about retirement today than they were in May.  People in their 50s, or those closest to retirement age, 70 percent said they were more worried about retirement now.  Majority of survey participants said they plan to work in their retirement years and another 20 percent said they intend to delay their Social Security benefits.  Continuing to work is one way to build up your nest egg for retirement; however, not all workers can stay in their jobs or their fields into their retirement years.  In Alessandra Malito’s article appearing on, she reports on the results of the survey and some factors to consider for those looking to work in their retirement. Read Ms. Malito’s article here…

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