• 27-MAR-2014

  • SOURCE: Burson Marsteller

Turning 65 in the Workplace

Turning 65 is traditionally associated with the start of retirement – and also Medicare. But many baby boomers are delaying retirement and continuing to work past age 65. This decision to continue collecting a paycheck can have long-term consequences when it comes to Medicare costs. Chanel Caraway has more. (:60)


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