Workers typically plan to retire much later than the actual age reported by retirees. In the 2022 Retirement Confidence Survey, 65% of workers said they expect to retire at age 65 or older (or never retire), whereas 69% of retirees left the workforce before reaching age 65. When choosing a retirement age, it might be wise to consider a contingency plan.
Source: Employee Benefit Research Institute, 2022
Jim Nielsen, CRPS®
CUSO Financial Services, LP
at First Heritage FCU
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