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April, 2001, Vol. 124, No. 4
Changing retirement age: ups and downsWilliam J. Wiatrowski
In recent years, legislative changes, new types of retirement plans, and increases in life expectancy have led to differences in retirement ages; workers now have many alternatives to traditional retirement at age 65
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