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Three ways employers can help baby boomers prepare for retirement

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 74 million baby boomers and 66 percent of them are working past traditional retirement ages for a variety of reasons. Some older workers approaching full retirement age face some daunting decisions about Medicare, Social Security and retirement plans such as health savings accounts and 401(k)s. Here are three ways employers could help educate their employees. Read article here…

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