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IRI survey points up discrepancy between actual and expected retirement ages

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More than a quarter of boomer workers say they plan to retire at age 70 or older, but less than 20 percent of individuals age 65 and over were in the labor force in 2011, new research reveals.

The Insured Retirement Institute, Washington, D.C., published these finding in a survey, “Work and Retirement: Current Workers’ Expectations vs. Retirees Real Experience.” IRI commissioned Woefel Research Inc. to conduct the survey.

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