As evidenced in a recent statementhttp://www.actuary.org/pdf/Fiscal_Commission_Retirement_Age_102510.pdffrom the American Academy of Actuaries, some politicians and policy groups continue to call for an increase in the normal retirement age for Social Security. A new studyhttp://www.cepr.net/index.php/publications/reports/impact-of-income-distribution-on-retirement-lengthfrom the Center for Economic and Policy Research notes that over the last few decades most of the gains from increased life expectancy have gone to those at the top of the income distribution. The report projects that any further increases in the normal retirement age could more than offset potential gains from longer life expectancy in the bottom half of the income distribution.
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