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7 Steps to Take Now to Catch Up on Retirement Savings

This New York Times piece talks about the gut punch the pandemic was for many, especially those who had not been saving adequately.  The article dives into seven things one should do to catch up and get back on track.  First, track your total spending.  Second, focus on health insurance.  Third, make catch-up contributions if over 50.   Fourth, automate your savings.  Fifth, adjust your portfolio.  Sixth, plan to retire later.  Seventh, set up your own retirement plan if self-employed or running a small business.  Full piece here.

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