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30 reasons it's hard to retire at 65

GOBankingRates Logo By Karen Doyle of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 31: Sixty-five has long been the magic age for retirement. But the expected age of retirement is becoming more diverse for the majority of non-retired U.S. adults, according to a 2017 Gallup Poll. Twenty-five percent of polled adults expect to retire at the age of 65, whereas 39 percent think they’ll retire after the so-called magic age. Click through to find out the reasons why you probably won’t retire as early as you might think.

30 reasons it's hard to retire at 65

Sixty-five has long been the magic age for retirement. But the expected age of retirement is becoming more diverse for the majority of non-retired U.S. adults, according to a 2017 Gallup Poll. Twenty-five percent of polled adults expect to retire at the age of 65, whereas 39 percent think they’ll retire after the so-called magic age.

Click through to find out the reasons why you probably won’t retire as early as you might think.

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