You may be among the millions of U.S. workers who will say farewell to full time employment in 2019. Roughly 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day, the age most often associated with retirement. Of course, many people do not retire at the age of 65. Approximately 60 percent of workers had to stop working before they intended due to reasons such as layoffs or health issues according to a 2015 Voya Financial Study.
If you are intending to retire this year, you will want to be able to check all the right boxes.
Anirban tells us more.