Peter Dunn, Special to USA TODAY Published 9:01 a.m. ET March 18, 2019

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One in five Americans over 65 are waiting to retire, the highest in more than half a century. Elizabeth Keatinge explains. Buzz60

Hey Pete: I’m 66 years old, still working, a year away from taking social security, and I’m wondering how in the world I’m going to make the $80,000 in my retirement nest egg last the rest of my life. I have a small pension of $3,732 annually, my current work income is roughly $19,000 annually, and my projected Social Security income is about $16,500 annually. Can I do this? It seems like I don’t have much margin

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