What you need to about working after retirement
Gone are the days when retirement at age 65 was expected.
In fact, a recent Gallup poll found only 19 percent of adult workers expected to retire by 65.
For many, working longer is a financial necessity and it’s also a way to feel more active and productive.
CPA Robin Byford stopped by our studios to talk about the impact of working longer on social security benefits, health insurance and taxes.
For more information on working after retirement, visit the Oklahoma Society of CPAs website.
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