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The first batch of baby boomers hit Social Security age in 2008. So what happens as this giant generation - 78 million strong - quits and starts selling assets they've saved for retirement?
By David Futrelle, Money Magazine
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1. The first of the baby boomers were born in 1946, as soldiers back from W.W. II got busy on the domestic front, if you know what we mean. When is the boom considered to have ended?