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Provide Protections from Retirement's Pitfalls
Richard W. Johnson, Special to washingtonpost.com's ThinkTank Town Link to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Sept. 5, 2006
Excerpt: With Americans living longer and healthier than ever before, many aging baby boomers have rallied behind the cliché that 60 is the new 40. Some act as if they've discovered a fountain of youth that will extend their robust health and steady employment indefinitely. But as earlier generations discovered, many things can go wrong as people approach retirement.

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