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Thinking about retirement can be daunting no matter what age you are, and as people are living longer retirement outlooks are changing. Over 40 percent of baby boomers have no retirement savings at all, and many are choosing to retire later. However, despite common beliefs, there are still ways for people with little or no retirement savings to have a long and fulfilling retirement.

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Thinking about retirement can be daunting no matter what age you are, and as people are living longer retirement outlooks are changing. Over 40 percent of baby boomers have no retirement savings at all, and many are choosing to retire later. However, despite common beliefs, there are still ways for people with little or no retirement savings to have a long and fulfilling retirement.

Working Late in Life and After Retirement Age

Aug 11, 2016
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It is becoming increasingly more common for those above the age of 65 to continue to stay in the work force longer. While some are choosing to stay working as a source of engagement, many are doing so out of necessity.  As Baby Boomers remain on they are often met with struggles surrounding ageism.  Some are choosing new avenues of working to help combat these prejudices.