Thursday, November 30, 2006

British Up Retirement Age to 68

In a move that fired-Senator Santorum endorsed before he opposed, the British government has raised the age to qualify for government retirement benefits. The age was increased to 68 (from 65) for everyone born after April 6, 1959, and will be phased in over two decades. Government workers, however, will continue to qualify at age 60.

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