Many people decide to start collecting benefits at age 62, but that often doesn't make good money sense.
It's a lot easier if you begin preparing years ahead, but it can be done even if you don't start saving until you are 50.
Government pension rules vary widely around the world, but more are hiking ages.
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Ultimately, deciding when and how to leave the workforce isn't about some number in a retirement account.
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