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What, me retire?

They're old and still working. Get used to it.
They're old and still working. Get used to it.

The age at which Americans plan to retire is creeping upward. A recent Gallup poll found that 37 percent of working Americans said they expect to retire after age 65, which is up from 22 percent a decade ago and 14 percent in 1995.

Similarly, the percentage of nonretirees who said they intend to retire before age 65 has declined to 26 percent from 49 percent in 1995. Those who plan to retire at age 65 held at 26 percent, according to Gallup.

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