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Retiring Together or Working Alone: The Impact of Spousal Employment and Disability on Retirement Decisions
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Husbands and wives often coordinate retirement decisions, as many married workers withdraw from the labor force at about the same time as their spouses. However, joint retirement behavior may differ for couples in which one spouse retires with health problems. In those cases, the able-bodied spouse may delay retirement to compensate for the earnings lost by the disabled spouse. This paper examines the retirement decisions of husbands and wives and how they interact with spousal health anddoi:10.2139/ssrn.265143 fatcat:ericb6yxzrgsvb3dns2e3zyjfi