As Portfolios Recover, More Workers Retire At 65
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Yuki Noguchi
Tuesday, May 1, 2012 at 4:37 AM
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Many older baby boomers — those already 65 — are choosing to go ahead with retirement rather than wait. That's according to a study by MetLife, which says 45 percent of 65 year olds described themselves as "fully retired." Only 5 percent retired later than planned.



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