Misjudging this factor could make for a challenging retirement

A recent survey from TD Ameritrade found approximately 58 percent of Americans say they think $1 million will be enough to last through retirement. The truth is, however, those golden years are becoming more expensive, and the harsh reality is that $1 million may not be enough to last through retirement for many. Although everyone’s needs will be different, misjudging this factor could make for a challenging retirement. In Katie Brockman’s article for Motley Fool, she discusses why determining your unique retirement number is an important step in your retirement planning. Read her article here…


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