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8 Ways Baby-Boomers Are Reinventing Retirement

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Every day, about 8,000 baby-boomers celebrate their 65th birthday. That's the traditional age for retirement, but the generation that lived through Woodstock, Watergate and 12% mortgage rates has a history of breaking the rules. Here's a look at eight ways they are changing the face of older living in America—grandchildren on their knees.

8 Ways Baby-Boomers Are Reinventing Retirement
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