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6 ways retirement benefits will change in the next decade

October 6, 2017 Article 5 min read
Authors:
Michael Krucker
With a graying population living longer, healthier lives, many individuals and government programswill run low on retirement funds. It's a societal problem that will inevitably drive change in ourapproach to retirement benefits. Here's how. Read more at American City Business Journals.

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In the coming decade, retirement benefits for the average American will change.

Simple math dictates it: More than 9,000 Americans reach the retirement age of 65 every day, and they will need more money in retirement because people are living longer, healthier lives.

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