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Nearly half of seniors plan to retire after age 70 vs. 30 percent before the recession. "This is the worst possible time for the 40 percent of seniors now considering delaying retirement to be searching for jobs," said Eric Bachman, CEO of Golden Gateway Financial. "It's unfortunate that the hopes and dreams of these retirees
are being put on hold. " Half of the survey
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