Retirement and “Gen Xers”–
The cohort of future retirees labeled “Gen X” (defined as those born from the early-to-mid 1960s to the late-1970s) have a first wave now looking seriously at retirement, while the younger folks in this group still have a long way to go. But knowing that time passes quickly, those in the lagging part of this cohort need to assess their plans for saving to ensure retirement sustainability. Some of the problems they’ve faced may have put them behind the proverbial 8-ball, but there are steps they can consider to shore up their finances. Forbes contributor David Rae provides some thoughts in a post on forbes.com. Check it out here…
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