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When Will You Retire?

Workers today are planning on working longer than those before them. A recent survey found that almost a third of workers are expecting to work past the retirement age of 67. This is in huge contrast to those that are already retired reporting that on average they stopped working before the age of 62. Some experts point to the recent recession as one cause for the increase in retirement ages. Workers had to dip in to savings in order to get through the recession and are now working on regaining their savings. For more information visit this article from LifeHealthPro.


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