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Looking at Retirement Regrets

Kiplinger contributor Curvin E. Miller IV takes a look at several of the most common regrets expressed by retirees in this post on His analysis is provided as a learning tool for those looking ahead to their retirement years; in fact, this quote from Miller puts the article in context: “As with every aspect of retirement, balancing the desire to get out and enjoy life versus finding the money to pay for it requires planning ahead. But that certainly beats living with regrets.” Read the article here…

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