Old Tinners, New Tricks

McKinley, Kevin
April 2014
REP.;Apr2014, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p40
The article offers information on the retirement prospects and benefits available for individuals who reach 60 years old and older in the U.S. The author mentions the many advantages and strategies available to clients who are in their 60s. Moreover, he states that the retirement benefits of Social Security are eligible for those who reach 60 years old and they can receive higher retirement income if they retire beyond 60 years old.


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