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Dollars & Sense: What Are Your Expectations in Retirement?

Dollars & Sense: What Are Your Expectations in Retirement?

March 28, 2024

It’s no secret that retirement and expectations surrounding it have changed a lot over the years. Marion’s grandfather was one of the first to pay into social security when it came about during his working years. At the time, you could start collecting at the retirement age of 65 with the expectation that you wouldn’t live much longer since that was the life expectancy back then. It’s crazy to think how much things have changed over the last 90 years. Nowadays, people are still expecting to retire at age 65…but is that realistic?


Tune in to this week’s episode of Dollars & Sense as Marc and Marion talk about retirement expectations in today’s day and age, all in a language you can understand.


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