Retirement Mistakes to Avoid, According to Financial Experts


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Retirement should be a leisurely time where you can enjoy all of your favorite hobbies and more time with your family, without the stress or commitment of a job. But you have to start thinking about it now. Don't make these mistakes:

Not starting early.

Not taking advantage of company matching.

Quitting your job before you're vested.

Not readjusting your plan.

Investing in one thing at a time.

Letting a setback derail you.

Cashing out too early.

Miscalculating post-retirement needs.

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