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Plenty of people plan to work until at least age 67, when eligibility for full Social Security benefits kicks in, a new
study shows. And itâ??s not just for the money.
Many say remaining in the workplace will help them stay in the game mentally. They alsoÂ like their careers and being close
to people, and want to keep health insurance.
What about you? Do you plan to work to 67 or beyond?