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Aging has changed in the 21st century. The cliches are true: "40is the new 30," "50 is the new 40." And when it comes time toretire, your retirement won't look like your grandfather'sretirement. So why do we still view it the same way?

Signature Wealth Strategies CEO Chip Munn believes there's aneed for a new retirement model, especially since many of us willstill be working in some capacity after we "retire," whether out ofa desire to stay active, or because of a shortfall inretirement savings. Munn calls it a "remixed retirement," which isalso the title of his newest book, The Retirement Remix:A Modern Solution to an Old School Problem. He recentlydiscussed his ideas about how retirement has changed, retirementreadiness, and steps workers and employers can take to keep anaging workforce productive and engaged.

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C.J. Marwitz

C.J. Marwitz is a writer and editor.