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2/1/2012: Baby Boomers Are Reaching Age 65, But Are They Actually Retiring? (BenefitsPro)
"Health care is another issue that is causing many baby boomers to delay retirement ... especially for those who are under the age of 65 and not yet eligible for Medicare. For pre-Medicare retirees, although 80 percent of employers offer a pre-Medicare subsidy, 51 percent of those employers have a subsidy cap[.]"
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