Retirement Planning: The Procrastination Reflex
Unfortunately, the impulse (or maybe lack of impulse would be more correct) to defer thoughts about retirement, and particularly retirement finances, affects most of us in the early years. We get busy with day-to-day priorities and challenges, and retirement seems oh so far away. I’ll get to it next week, next month, or next year. And before you know it, you’re knocking at the door and facing the need to face up, or worse, the need to catch up quickly. In a post on www.deccanherald.com, Amit Kachroo explains why it’s important to focus on retirement planning at a young age, since “Retirement planning is the most important financial aspect in one’s life, but it has the least priority among most working youngsters.” Read his post here…
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