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Sep 6, 2023

How old is too old to work? You’d assume most people circle the day they turn 65 as either full retirement or the beginning of their phase out period, but working well past that date is becoming more common. The ability to work and adapt in an ever-changing work environment is the most crucial factor most people do not think about when joining the workforce. Take Federal Circuit Judge Pauline Newman into consideration. Federally appointed judges are limited to terms and at age 96, Judge Newman is being forced from her seat by her colleagues due to mental impairment. Today host Jack Russo and CPA, Steve Rabin  discuss to what degree will AI play in an individual’s workspan.