Do you have a backup retirement plan?
Do you have a backup retirement plan? Why? In a recent study done by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, only 20 percent of the participants plan to retire early by 61, while 55 percent of those participants plan to work to 66 or later but found themselves retiring earlier than they expected. Retiring earlier than you anticipated almost certainly means a smaller nest egg. Read attached article why you should have a backup plan in place. Click here…
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