Don’t let retirement catch you unprepared – start saving now!

from Adelina Moisan, Fsp Invest to 30 Oct. 2014

Tags: saving for retirement, retirement savings, retirement planning tips, planning for retirement

When you think about retirement, you’re likely to feel overwhelmed. Planning for this stage of your life is crucial, yet many people are caught unprepared.

How can you make sure that retirement doesn’t catch you by surprise? Which steps need to be taken in order to ensure a comfortable, stress-free retirement?

Here’s what you need to know about retirement planning.
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