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October 2, 2015

Avoid Retirement Regrets
According to a recent survey, nearly half of retirees between the ages of 62 and 70 wish they had retired sooner. On average, they would have preferred to retire four or five years earlier, when they were more likely to be healthy and had more opportunities to enjoy an active lifestyle.

Some people who are approaching retirement age may be reluctant to stop working because they are worried that their nest egg dollars will not last throughout their lifetimes. Younger workers, however, still have time on their side.

It’s possible they could set themselves up to retire sooner by starting to save earlier in their careers and by saving more of their incomes.

Source: InvestmentNews, April 15, 2015

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