WASHINGTON -- Financial advisors should consider a new source of income for their clients as they develop a retirement plan: getting a job.
According to a new survey by Merrill Lynch, most Boomers want more from their post-career years than Caribbean cruises and early tee times, with nearly three-quarters of pre-retirees aged 50 or older saying that an ideal retirement would include some form of work.
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