Many Older Workers Say COVID-19 Changed This Decision – Chris Kissell

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COVID-19 changed just about everything in America — include the way we plan to retire. Instead of taking Social Security later in life, 3.1 million Americans aged 55 or older now say they will apply for benefits sooner than they planned to before the pandemic, according to U.S. Census Bureau findings. On the other hand, 1.4 million people in that age group now plan to work longer than they…

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