• America's new retirement age is 62 - or younger. The 'Great Resignation' is giving boomers their golden years back

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

    Residents in the square of The Villages, Florida, retirement community in 2016.
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    Nearly half of Americans in a New York Fed survey said they expected to retire before turning 62.
    Retiring earlier lets Americans use their "golden decade" for better financial planning.
    But the economy depends on older workers, and a move to retiring early could upend the labor market.
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