Kiplinger Retirement Report

| February 19, 2014 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Retiring at age 65 is becoming as much of an anachronism as getting a gold watch and a traditional defined-benefit pension. Medicare still kicks in at that age, but your full Social Security benefit isn’t available until you’re 66 or older. And if your nest egg plus sources of fixed income aren’t enough to fund a 25- or 30-year retirement, you may need to stay on the job a few years longer. The trouble is, most people don’t know exactly where they stand on their timeline. Kiplinger’s rounds up 5 steps to retire when you want.

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