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Note to millennials: Don’t put off investing for retirement

It’s probably understandable, but the millennial generation (those born between the early 1980’s and mid-1990’s) seems skeptical about saving for retirement. Considering that they’ve lived through a depression with scant job opportunities, that shouldn’t be especially surprising.  However, as this Chicago Tribune article by Kiplinger’s Ryan Ermey points out, sitting on the sidelines when it comes to saving and investment is a surefire way to shortchange your eventual retirement.  Click here to read more.

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