You have the wisdom and experience that comes from decades of handling workplace issues and solving problems, but how do you confidently plan the next chapter when retirement time approaches? Boomers unsure of their financial readiness are trying creative new approaches like phased retirement or launching an encore career.
Wondering if you can take Social Security at 66 or 70? Have other questions or problems related to retirement? Take a look at our best advice on turning your retirement into your next great adventure.
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