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The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for People in Their 50s and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

    The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for People in Their 50s and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

“While it is preferable to start at a young age, you are never too old to start making good financial decisions. If you have made mistakes in the past, it is important that you recognize where you went wrong, and start taking the proper steps to fix any issues you may have created, so that you can move towards a healthier financial state.”

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The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for People in Their 40s and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

    The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for People in Their 40s and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

Quite the opposite from being “over the hill,” those in their forties may find they’re still slogging up hill in terms of saving for retirement.

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The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for People in Their 20s and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

    The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for People in Their 20s and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

It’s not rocket science, but it’s not easy – either saving in the first place and then investing for the long-term, which means 20-year olds better be as comfortable riding the market as much as they are riding an amusement park roller coaster.

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The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for Teens and Children and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

    The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for Teens and Children and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

“Nothing is more in the best interest of the child. The judicious carrot of spending, when managed properly, actually instills a strong sense of and desire to save and, ironically, not spend.”

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401k Fiduciary Concern: Financial Literacy and the Savings/Investing Dichotomy

    401k Fiduciary Concern: Financial Literacy and the Savings/Investing Dichotomy

It turns out it’s not a question of “either/or” but more of the interconnectedness of “Yin/Yang.”

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