More personalized arrangements are gaining popularity. For instance, one heavily tattooed man wanted to have his body stuffed.
Investors in their 50s and 60s, still recovering from the 2008 crash, are taking it on the chin again.
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They're tapping their own retirement savings to pay for that care, now that caregiving programs are facing budget cuts.
Many people decide to start collecting benefits at age 62, but that often doesn't make good money sense.
That's not possible for everyone, so what's Plan B? (Please don't say it's winning the lottery.)
Millions of Americans are doing it.
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