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December 2000     Vol. 1, no. 3

This month's article examines the extent of change in the source, distribution and level of individual incomes of younger retired women (and men) that has resulted from the development and maturation of public and private pension plans. The younger retired (aged 65 to 69) are examined, since they represent the most recently retired and therefore the most affected by relatively recent changes to pension plan benefits and other determinants of retirement income.

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