Working longer isn't the complete answer to retirement challenges

Continuing to work after the customary retirement age and the arrival of the benefits of the Affordable Care Act are helpful in dealing with what some describe as America's retirement crisis, but more needs to be done, writes columnist Floyd Norris. "There is nothing wrong with people working as long as they wish," he notes. "But there is something wrong with people needing to work long after they want to retire."

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