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15 Ways Retirement Will Change Next Year

December 6, 2017

From the GOBankingRates websiter

Considering all of the political and economic uncertainty America faces today, aspiring retirees might feel like they need a crystal ball and a graduate degree in economics to call it quits with confidence. But financial experts say creating a personalized plan that diversifies income sources, tackles tax planning questions, accounts for rising health care costs and scrutinizes Social Security options can go a long way toward helping savvy spenders relish retirement.

Here are ways financial planners said retirement might change in the new year.

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