Millions are postponing Retirement plans. Are you?

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More than half of workers 60 years old or older say they are postponing retirement plans, according to a new study by employment site CareerBuilder. Four out of 10 workers said they don’t think they can retire until at least age 70. The biggest reason is uncertainty over how much money is needed to retire.

You may not have to postpone your retirement if you follow the sound advice in this new article, Retirement Planning is One Big Math Problem, just posted at MikeaboutMoney.com

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5 Financial Planning Tips for Young Investors

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Being a young adult can be exciting – enjoying the early stages of a career, having your own place, making new friends – but it can also be confusing and stressful. One of the reasons is money, and learning how to manage it.

 

This important article was just posted at MikeAboutMoney.com.

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