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Baby boomers are reaching ‘Peak 65,’ but retirement age debate continues: CNBC

Beginning this year, the baby-boom generation — primarily those born between 1945 and 1960, depending on the social scientist you talk to — will reach “peak 65.” This is the beginning of a period that will see the largest numbers of the cohort turn age 65.

But as the population reaches this milestone, a bill currently being debated in Congress about the retirement age for aviators has bled into the larger conversation about the full U.S. retirement age, and whether or not it needs to change, according to a report from CNBC.

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