Workers and Retirees Put Retirement on Hold

February 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2009, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p13
Academic Journal
The article discusses public opinion polls which looked at actions workers plan on taking in regards to their retirement. The polls have found that some people plan on postponing retirement and some retirees plan on returning to work. A survey by the AARP which found that a majority of people over the age of 45 years old plan on delaying their retirement date is discussed.


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