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Working after age 65: Majority want to but only 20% do

According to a recent survey, 56% of those surveyed say they plan to continue to work after retirement, and perhaps not fully retire at all.  The expectations are somewhat different for each generation (Millennials, GenX’ers and Baby Boomers), but most in each generation say they don’t plan to retire at 65 but rather plan to continue working, even if it’s only part time.  Reasons vary, of course, but the most prevalent reason is their savings shortfall, followed closely by a feeling they want to stay active.  This PlanSponsor magazine article by Lee Barney explains why working after retirement may be an elusive goal.  Click here to read more.

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