The 10 commandments of retirement

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We’re faced with a host of thorny retirement issues: Keep Social Security solvent. Make Medicare affordable. Many Americans aren’t saving enough. They want to retire earlier than they can reasonably afford. They’re effectively financially illiterate.

But in the end, you don’t need to worry about all Americans. Instead, what you need to worry about is you.


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The 10 commandments of retirement

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