Martin looks at extending retirement age beyond 65

The working lives of Irish people could be extended beyond the age of 65 in a new policy initiative proposed by Micheal Martin, the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

14th July, 2007

The working lives of Irish people could be extended beyond the age of 65 in a new policy initiative proposed by Micheal Martin, the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

Martin has asked his officials to develop a policy paper on the barriers to people continuing to work after they turn 65.

In an interview with The Sunday Business Post, the minister also outlined plans to bring a new Company Law Bill to cabinet in two weeks’...

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