​Many plan on working forever, but few actually do

April 22, 2015 9:35 AM

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With many Americans failing to put aside enough money for their golden years, a significant number are banking on plan B: working past the traditional retirement age of 65.

But workers' expectations and retirees' actual behavior aren't meshing, according to the 25th annual Retirement Confidence Survey from the nonprofit Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI). Even though more than one-third of workers now say they'll retire after the age of 65 -- up from just 11 pe...

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