Boomers think twice about retiring during economic downturn

08/28/2008 | USA Today

Baby boomers are having second thoughts about early retirement amid rising costs, falling home values and a downturn on Wall Street that make their investments less profitable. A survey by AARP shows almost 20% of workers aged 55 to 64 plan to delay retirement and many who are reaching retirement age are considering staying on the job or taking part-time work.

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