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Rodney A. Brooks wrote about retirement and personal finance for The Washington Post. He left The Post in December 2016.
Their advice? Start saving early, make a plan and live the life you really want.
For many people, it’s calling a financial adviser to talk about the retirement plan
Fitness goals are fine, but don’t forget the financial fitness goals, too.
In one survey, about 20 percent of people had no idea how much they’ll need
There are no magical answers. You just have to do it.
Survey: 51 percent of American workers are concerned that they will not be able to retire when they want.
And they say they need more help from employers.
Planning, preparation and the right state of mind play significant roles before hanging it up, financial planners say.
First question: Have you downsized your living expenses?