As a new graduate, you have three incredible advantages over your more experienced coworkers when it comes to saving for your retirement.
One thing most people never even think about could mean you get smaller Social Security payments than you deserve.
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Give every dollar a name and purpose, and keep your short- to mid-term spending needs out of stocks.
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This strategy could lower your cost of living and actually raise your quality of life!
If you thought this was a problem that only affected low- and middle-income households then you'd be sorely mistaken!
Three key tactics can help you keep what money you're able to save working for you.
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