November 3, 2013

Gail MarksJarvis: Is 70 the new 65? Regarding Social Security, it just may be

Have you heard that 70 is the new 65? If not, you will. Momentum is growing to get people to think that way before retiring. The notion is being trumpeted in the nation's capital as a way to ease pressure on Social Security, and it is circulating among financial planners. The idea is to get people to work longer and delay retirement so they end up with more money for monthly retirement living expenses.

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