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First Tuesday Discussion at the Urban Institute: Working Longer to Make Retirement More Secure (PDF)
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[Opinion]
Jan. 11, 2005
Excerpt: ROBERT REISCHAUER: (In progress) -- Welcome to First Tuesdays at the Urban Institute. Today's topic involves all of those issues that surround the age at which people leave the workforce and retire. There are a lot of forces at work here. There are societal incentives that come in the form of tax policy and Social Security and Medicare policy and the way we structure pensions that effect those decisions. There are personal conditions and circumstances that might involve one's health[.]

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