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Do you plan to work beyond the traditional retirement age of 65?

Fox Report with Shepard Smith 2013/01/14 17:08:12
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Will you have enough money for retirement? Just 42 percent of Americans have calculated what they'll need in retirement. Have you started to do the math?

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  • dave b 2013/01/14 19:04:59
    No
    dave b
    +10
    But at the rate the economy is going, and how tax and spend crazy the government is, I'll probably have to work til I die.

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  • MLor 2013/01/31 03:11:03
    No
    MLor
    ........but if I have to I will.
  • Arizona1950 2013/01/30 05:11:34
    No
    Arizona1950
    not if I can help it!
  • Nam Era Vet #1 DNA TLC 2013/01/30 05:10:43
    No
    Nam Era Vet #1 DNA TLC
    Nope
  • LADY LIBERTY SILLY WORDSMITH 2013/01/30 05:09:52
    No
    LADY LIBERTY SILLY WORDSMITH
    NO, I DON'T PLAN to work until THE DAY I DIE. LIFE'S TOO SHORT.
  • knothead 2013/01/23 14:10:49
    Yes, part-time
    knothead
    I didnt plan on working after age 66 when I retired. Yet here I am at age 72 still working. Is 40 to 50 hours a week part time? Thanks to our elitist politicans I will probably work until they plant me.
  • rusty.barnett.16 2013/01/22 17:11:39
    No
    rusty.barnett.16
    Retired at 55 If you have enough stuff to last WHY work your ass off getting more. I want to enjoy mine. It took 35 year's to get it.
  • the fuze 2013/01/22 12:12:46
    Yes, part-time
    the fuze
    or full time, if someone out there finds my services useful.

    I'm not really a big believer in retirement.
  • Balladeer-PWCM-POTL 2013/01/22 00:12:55
    Yes, part-time
    Balladeer-PWCM-POTL
    well as I am self employed i guess you could call it part time...but yes I plan to go on until i can no longer do my job
  • SIMPATTYCO 2013/01/22 00:10:05
    Yes, full-time
    SIMPATTYCO
    I'm 78, and I still am active in business. When you stop. You die.
  • brendan... SIMPATTYCO 2013/10/02 16:37:04
    brendan.f.mcclelland
    Gee I rather stay at a nursing home then work past the retirement age.
  • JEFF 2013/01/21 02:43:12
    Yes, full-time
    JEFF
    THERE IS NO TRADITIONAL RETIREMENT AGE ANYMORE. NOT WITH .65 INTEREST RATES. THE BANKS HAVE SCREWED THE MIDDLECLASS ONCE AGAIN.
  • Poison Ivy 2013/01/18 04:17:18
    No
    Poison Ivy
    Hell no. If I had it my way I would be retired at 35.
  • Justin~PWCM~JLA 2013/01/18 03:00:57
  • ehrhornp 2013/01/17 17:45:07 (edited)
    Yes, part-time
    ehrhornp
    Being an insurance agent, I really have no set hours. I have really been part time for awhile now. We should have enough for retirement. But it is a reason why I haven't fully retired.
  • ttfndude 2013/01/17 00:37:17
    No
    ttfndude
    I am a manual laborer full time and will probably die on the job or end up unable to work period like all the rest I work with
  • Cora 2013/01/16 23:37:56
    No
    Cora
    I am going to enjoy our Grandchildren and spend time with them. I am going to my grave poor, because I came into this world with nothing so I will go with nothing. Spending time with our Family is more important than being rich.
  • brendan... Cora 2013/05/03 20:15:47
    brendan.f.mcclelland
    Good answer. Never trust capitalism.
  • AmyMah 2013/01/16 23:27:01
    Yes, full-time
    AmyMah
    +1
    to about 120
  • JoLost 2013/01/16 22:46:44
    No
    JoLost
    But then I also did not plan on working after 40 either, and here I am...51 and of necessity, still working thanks to the criminal conduct of brokerages and banksters..
  • fuzzy Ken "In G*d We Trust" 2013/01/16 21:06:09
    Yes, full-time
    fuzzy Ken "In G*d We Trust"
    I really don't think I have a choice.

    Then again, there's always the chance I'll win the Lottery. (HAHAHAHAHA!!!!)
  • Centrist_Bill 2013/01/16 20:45:49
    No
    Centrist_Bill
    And possibly early.
  • Elz 2013/01/16 20:08:40
    Yes, part-time
    Elz
    it depends how healthy I will be.
  • El Prez 2013/01/16 19:24:55
    Yes, part-time
    El Prez
    I already am!
  • us 2013/01/16 19:08:21
    Yes, full-time
    us
    Yes, it was planned but right now fighting cancer so plans changed, but yes I loved working but right now I have to build myself up.
  • LawMan5150 2013/01/16 17:50:36 (edited)
    No
    LawMan5150
    In my line of work I don't think my body will hold up much longer. I am 40 and rolling around on the ground fighting on a regular basis takes it's toll on you. By the end of the year I will have a surgery to repair a broken back, and a completely reconstructed right arm. I can't imagine being 60 years old standing toe to toe with a 200 lb Parole hell bent on not going back to prison. People whine about Law Enforcement having a 55 year old retirement age, But I am flat worn out and still have to do another 15 years to get my full retirement. I'm not arguing for better pay and all that, we are paid well (too well in most cases), but Our bodies just don't hold up to our career choice. Just my $.02
    On a side note we lost a good man this week, pray for his family and coworkers that are morning and processing this.
    Galt police officer Kevin Tonn
  • brendan.f.mcclelland 2013/01/16 16:59:33
  • Lester 2013/01/16 16:46:59
    No
    Lester
    Don't plan to, but who knows.
  • sterling ward 2013/01/16 16:26:07
    No
    sterling ward
    +1
    Hell no, I retired at 62
  • Cage SC 2013/01/16 16:10:44
    Yes, full-time
    Cage SC
    +1
    It's not like most of us (NOT already on the public dole, taking other American's money through various "entitlements") will have any choice now, is it?
  • Bacci 2013/01/16 16:08:26
    No
    Bacci
    Not if I don't have too!
  • Redneck 2013/01/16 15:34:35
    Yes, part-time
    Redneck
    part time farming. Er, full time in the spring and summer and kicked back deer hunting in the fall.
  • TooSweet 2013/01/16 15:07:39 (edited)
    No
    TooSweet
    Nope,not one second over. I will be kickin' it in the Fla. Keys in one of these. house boat
  • mamacrash 2013/01/16 14:11:20
    Yes, full-time
    mamacrash
    I love my job and plan to work as long as possible.
  • arsche 2013/01/16 13:37:58
    No
    arsche
    +1
    If i'm up to live to that age i probably would be doing something i dream about. My idea of life after 65 is to sit on a porch, watch the corn grow, listen to old records with some blues, half blind and toothless grandpa on a swinging chair, with a cat on my laps, singing "Victoria, she was my very first love... Gloria was my dream, on the sky above... Julia my beloved wife is by my side... Serenity, our family's longlasting pride"

  • Mopvyzo 2013/01/16 13:19:49
    Yes, full-time
    Mopvyzo
    +1
    Sure looks that way. Can someone get in touch with Warren Buffett and tell him to call me? I could use a couple million.
  • foxy 2013/01/16 13:07:13
    No
    foxy
    I retired age 60 glad I did, by all accounts everybody in work at the minute has to work till 70 at least. I think they will find the older the staff the more sick days they will have to pay. At my firm they were like the Gestapo, not believing you, they threatened me with dismissal after 20yrs. I thought I have had enough and gave my notice.
  • moonglum 2013/01/16 12:35:35
    Yes, full-time
    moonglum
    yes i may have too
  • John 2013/01/16 12:05:32
    No
    John
    I don't even make plans for a week from now. In 40 years, if I'm still around, I'll probably be soiling my adult diaper in some nursing home.
  • Tom 2013/01/16 10:06:32
    Yes, full-time
    Tom
    I plan to work full time until the age of 67 for Social Security reasons. After that, who knows.......
  • roxie 2013/01/16 08:23:27
    No
    roxie
    OMG No!
    I work almost everyday on call 7/24 on a job that is hard on my body!
    Had my neck and back broken on the job.... my poor old body has had enough.
    I have worked almost every holiday since I hired out in 1976. I'm tired.
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