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6 ‘Retirement Killers’ to Avoid at All Costs

April 6, 2021

From the Kiplinger website

If you’re starting to wonder if you’ll ever have enough money saved to retire, you aren’t alone.

According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2020 Retirement Confidence Survey, only 30% of respondents said they were “very confident” they would have enough money for a comfortable retirement. And 61% said preparing for retirement makes them feel stressed.

I get it – planning for retirement can be challenging, even if you start early, have help and earn a good living.

But when I see those numbers, it also reminds me of all the things I’ve seen folks get really wrong – actions that, at the very least, can throw a retirement off track and, in some cases, have potentially irreversible consequences. 

I call them “retirement killers.” Here are just a few:

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