As the Baby Boom generation heads for retirement, the traditional notion that turning 65 automatically triggers retirement is changing.

And that is not all that new retirees will face when it comes to new retirement rules, according to Merrill Lynch’s latest Affluent Insights Survey released on Wednesday. New retirees must also grapple with more complex investment and health care decisions, Merrill Lynch’s survey found.

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