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Save Your Retirement: What to Do If You Haven’t Saved Enough or If Your Investments Were Devastated by the Market Meltdown by Paul B. Brown, Frank Armstrong

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Chapter 8R–5

Wow! Retirement is just around the corner. By now you should have an idea of how you will be living once you stop working, and have a good idea of whether you are on track to meet your goals. The budgeting worksheets found in Appendix A, “Where Does the Money Go?,” and the retirement calculators at www.Save-Retirement.com will make it easy to do the math, but you will need to devote some mental energy to lifestyle choices.

If you are like most people, by this point you have a pretty good idea of what you are going to do after you retire, but there are still some blank spaces. Now is the time to fill them in, perhaps by test driving some of your options. If you think you will want to volunteer at the local historical society, start ...

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