The report predicts there will be 11.1 million people 65 and older still working by 2018, nearly twice the current number.
There are lots of reasons why you shouldn't do this, but let's consider the other side of the argument.
You're doing all you can to ensure you have enough money in your golden years. Make sure your plans don't backfire.
Workers will have to use online tools to review annual tax and earnings records.
Sure, we could survive without jobs, but for this couple they make pretty good sense.
The GAO recommends changes to ensure that millions of savers' funds are protected.
Here are some common-sense notions to keep in mind when it seems like the sky is falling on your golden years.
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