Retirement Planning – “Down the Decades”
It’s hardly an earth-shattering revelation that starting to plan for retirement when you first start working is a smart thing to do. Trouble is, many Americans starting out are saddled with debt and, possibly, family obligations during their 20s, so saving for retirement isn’t even a blip on their radar. But it should be, even if only in a meager way. Reality is that each decade of your life will take on a different context when it comes to retirement planning, and this Kenosha (WI) News article by Maurie Backman offers a common sense outline for how to adjust your retirement planning during each decade of your life. Click here to read more.
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