4 Things Most Retirees Should Never Do
Making prudent financial choices in retirement is essential to help ensure continued financial security for life. Christy Bieber of The Motley Fool details financial mistakes related to retirement that could be costly. She insists one should NOT do these four things: 1.) Go without supplemental Medicare coverage; 2.) Take on high-interest consumer debt for discretionary spending; 3.) Put too much money into high-risk investments; 4.) Withdraw money from retirement accounts without having a plan. Get more detail on these “no-nos” in the her full piece here.
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