Work for more years suggests Bank of Spain

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THE Bank of Spain has asked the Spanish Government (which is still reviewing next year’s budget) to offer incentives to workers so that they will continue to work past the age of 65 during what is a transition period.

It is intended that the retirement age should be 67, but at the moment it is possible for an individual to claim full retirement benefit at the age of 65 and 11 months which the Bank considers to be a drain on the economy.

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