Are you a Baby Boomer? Will you retire soon? Or are you part of so many others in your generation who are refusing to hang up their coat? Today’s article discusses how retirement stereotypes are being changed by the new crop of would-be retirees. Here’s what they had to say, ” According to the Employee Benefits Research Institute, in 1991, just 11% of workers expected to retire after age 65. That jumped to 33% last year. Another 10%, like Fraser and Levinson, don’t plan to retire at all. Meanwhile, the percentage of workers who expect to be able to retire before age 65 has dropped dramatically, from 50% in 1991 to just 27% last year.” To read more, CLICK HERE.