It’s never too early to begin planning for retirement
Planning for retirement takes decades. As Kailey Fralick reports here, everyone regardless of age should take these three steps. First is creating a retirement plan, which includes estimating both life expectancy and living expenses. Fralick details how to do this with estimating Social Security income. Second, contribute the maximum to a 401K or IRA. The third is often overlooked but includes familiarizing yourself with your retirement account fees. Read the full piece here.
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