Investing for Retirement

There are many ways to invest for retirement, and one of the more common ways in the past was through pensions. Unfortunately, pensions have been all but phased out except in the case of public servants, leaving many retirees to rely on IRAs and 401(k)s today. Many are not saving for retirement, though, or are saving at such a poor rate that they find themselves grossly unprepared when they reach that age. Investing for retirement can also be risky, and researching enough information to become comfortable with the prospect can be daunting and overwhelming. For more information on this topic visit this article by Matthew Frankel with The Motley Fool.


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