Student Loan Debt & Retirement: A Tough Combo
As if coping with the normal expenses of daily are not enough, Katie Brockman reports that about one-third of baby boomers are not saving any significant income toward retirement due to student loan debt. But it should not be an either/or choice. Since Social Security replaces only around 40 percent of income, Brockman notes people should tackle their debt and save simultaneously, and this article explains why and how. Read it here.
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