10 Retirement-Wrecking Moves

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Retirement should be a time to relax and enjoy the fruits of a lifetime of labor. Unfortunately, for many people bad decisions push the retirement horizon out of reach. As such, it is imperative that individuals understand the effects of these bad choices and take steps to avoid them. Let's examine 10 mistakes that can sabotage your retirement plans.
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