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The Perils of Retirement at Age 65
U.S. News & World Report Link to more items from this source
May 28, 2014
"Age 65 is the year we traditionally associate with retirement, but this age is declining in significance.... You won't qualify for full Social Security benefits.... You have a small window in which to sign up for Medicare.... You can start retirement account withdrawals, but aren't forced to.... If you retire at age 65 and live until 90, you will be retired for 25 years. It can be incredibly difficult to save up enough to pay for over two decades of leisure time."

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