6 Late-Stage Retirement Catch-Up Tactics

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Tough But Not Impossible

People approaching retirement age with little in savings may have a bumpy road ahead. Individuals in their 40s and 50s who have done little or no retirement planning are certainly at something of a disadvantage. However, with the proper planning and a willingness to save and invest, the odds are not insurmountable. Certain steps can build a nest egg as rapidly as possible, and to ensure at least some money will be there for support in retirement.

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