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More in retirement news:
13 grocery stores with senior discounts (US News Money)
This type of senior is struggling to afford retirement (Yahoo Finance)
Cut your retirement spending now, says creator of the 4% rule (Wall Street Journal)
China is trying to change its problematic retirement age (Quartz)
Returning to work but close to retirement? Adjust your plan (Reuters)
Millennials save for retirement years earlier than boomers (Bloomberg.com)
Research and Insight:
3 strategies to help you plan a successful semi-retirement (Kiplinger)
Just 3 in 10 workers feel ‘very prepared’ for retirement (401K Specialist)
How clients achieve flexible spending in retirement (Journal of Accountancy)
Mental health crisis is an inequality problem (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)
To share with your family, friends and clients:
Do you feel stuck in the pandemic while it seems like everyone else has moved on?
Why you should retire with more money than you need
I have a government job and a small pension. I’m planning to work a few more years. Should I file for Social Security now or wait?
Financial Face-Off: When is the best time to claim Social Security retirement benefits – sooner or later?