10 Years From Retirement? Do These 10 Things

Social Security faces insolvency in ten years, and so saving more outside of that program is key for near retirees. Financial advisor Mark B. Murphy, who is also CEO of Northeast Private Client Group argues the 10 years leading up to retirement are absolutely critical, as that’s when people have a much clearer picture of what their golden years will look like. Murphy notes people should begin shoveling a nest egg away right after college but concedes so few do. To that end he has a list of 10 steps to take when retirement is a decade away, leading off with eliminating credit card debt and making catch up retirement contributions. Full piece and all 10 steps to take are here.

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