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CNBC

70% of retirees would tell their younger selves to start saving earlier

The biggest piece of advice that people in retirement would pass along to their younger selves is simple: start saving earlier for the end of your career. Roughly 70% of retirees said that changing their habits to save or invest more and earlier is the top advice they'd give their younger selves, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute's retirement readiness survey.
ECONOMY
Motley Fool

Here's Why 401(k) Savers Risk Falling Short in Retirement

New data reveals that American aren't saving for retirement at a high enough rate. It's important to squeeze as much money as you can into your 401(k) so you're able to live comfortably down the line. You’re reading a free article with opinions that may differ from The Motley Fool’s...
INCOME TAX
Motley Fool

I'll Share This Investing Tip Until I'm Blue in the Face

Use one of the web's many free investment calculators to determine what you'll need to start investing now to reach your desired nest egg in retirement. The majority of the gains on your investments will materialize during the last third -- or even fourth -- of your savings time frame.
MARKETS
Motley Fool

These 2 REITs Are All In On the Boomer Retirement Trend

VICI owns casino properties that will benefit from increased baby boomer traffic. CareTrust specializes in skilled nursing facilities where patients rehabilitate from medical procedures. You’re reading a free article with opinions that may differ from The Motley Fool’s Premium Investing Services. Become a Motley Fool member today to get instant...
REAL ESTATE

MUSD Superintendent Lopeman gets full performance pay

Maricopa Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Tracey Lopeman was awarded her full 5% performance pay by the governing board. The five-member board met for about an hour in executive session […] This post MUSD Superintendent Lopeman gets full performance pay appeared first on InMaricopa.
MARICOPA, AZ
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