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Do You Know Your Full Retirement Age According to Social Security?

Your full retirement age is based on your year of birth, but it may have little to do with when you actually retire. Learn about your full retirement age.

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Bush: Retirement age should be phased in to ’68 or 70’ http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/gop-primaries/243556-bush-retirement-age-should-be-68-or-70 …| Yep, go ahead and vote this nut for president; and he's seemingly the best out of the bunch of what 25 or so now? Hope you love working!

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from Business Insider

How much money you need to save each day to become a millionaire by age 65

How much money you need to save each day to become a millionaire by age 65 by Kathleen Elkins and Mike Nudelman Jul. 28, 2015

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Avoid falls by making sure your home is safe. As we age we need to adjust certain things like lighting. Follow these senior living safety tips Senior Safety

Avoid falls by making sure your home is safe. As we age we need to adjust certain things like lighting. Follow these senior living safety tips Senior Safety

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from AARP

Work Camping Seasonal Jobs Have Retirement Age Appeal

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I love this! It was so frustrating hearing "Why don't you just do a 401k?!?" Well, for staters I'm not actually old enough and I would be missing out on saving PLUS its better to have some different investment options. So kiss my ass, I'm going to be a millionaire

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Whither Retirement?: Many people of retirement age want to keep working, but don’t want to keep doing what they have been doing. Lots want to change careers to more meaningful and flexible work. While they want to change, many are uncertain about how to make that shift.

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Every quilter, every sewer knows how true this is. That said, when you get to retirement age you have to make a plan on what will happen to your stash when your gone.

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from Lifehacker

How Much You Should Have Saved in Your Retirement Account, by Age

Many of us set aside a portion of our income, such as 15% or more, for retirement and call it a day. That might be great if you have 30 years left to save, but what if you're just catching up to saving for retirement now or you've started saving much earlier? Fidelity's age-based savings milestones offer one way to see if you're on track.

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