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How Many Older Americans Live: Ten Facts to Consider

For many Americans 65 and older, the future has changed. The recession has left millions with higher expenses, lower incomes, depleted savings, and reduced home equity or homes lost to foreclosure. Longer term trends have also had a negative impact. This report highlights 10 key facts.

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