Retirement checklist for Boomers
Tick the boxes
The oldest of the nation’s 78 million Baby Boomers have already crossed traditional retirement milestones of 65, when they qualify for Medicare, and 66, the age when they collect their full Social Security retirement benefits even if they continue to work.
For those who follow in their footsteps at the rate of 10,000 people per day, here’s a list of questions developed by Allianz Life to consider before you put a permanent “out-of-office” message on your e-mail and voice mail. Your financial adviser can help you figure out the answers.
(Story: Mary Beth Franklin)
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