Toxic Retirement Advice You Must Ignore
Maurie Backman takes on three retirement myths that could costs seniors dearly. The falsehoods are these, and she explains each thoroughly in the full article: 1.) You can live on Social Security alone if you make lifestyle changes; 2.) Relocating to a cheap part of the country can make up for an absent nest egg; 3.) You shouldn’t own any stocks as a retiree. All three are bad advice. Read more here.
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