7 Counterintuitive Retirement Strategies That Work

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There are many ways to implement a successful retirement strategy. One of them is to carefully map out a sensible financial plan and then stick to it through thick and thin; another is just to wing it, using your intuition and gut feelings and hope for the best. A large segment of the working population believes that their hunches will get them where they need to go without a solid foundation. This slideshow will address seven major misconceptions that people commonly harbor when it comes to retirement planning.

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