John Shoven (Stanford) quoted in WSJ on working longer for financial well-being

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"'Just Unbearable.' Booming Job Market Can't Fill the Retirement Shortfall" - Wall Street Journal. 12/20/2018.

Staying on the job can have a significant impact on a retiree’s financial well-being. Working just three to six more months provides the same financial boost as saving an additional 1 percentage point of earnings annually for 30 years, says Stanford University economist John Shoven.

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