Article preview: People in retirement have significantly higher incomes than earlier generations at the same stage in life. New research has found that middle-income 60 to 74-year-olds are enjoying 60% higher income than the same age group back in the mid-1990s. Earned income today for this age group is now 160% higher than twenty years earlier. One factor behind this trend is higher employment rates for older men and women.
Earning more in retirement than ever before
This 879 word blog discusses recent research and the variety of the factors attributed to people in retirement have significantly higher incomes than earlier generations at the same stage in life. Written on 25th June 2019.
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