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Look Out! Retirement Mistakes are Easy to Make 

Submitted by on October 5, 2016 – 1:21 pm No Comment

The most common mistakes that people make begin well before retirement and they all fall into 1 of 2 categories. The first is simply not having a plan or thinking “I’ll get to it later,” and the second is having a flawed plan.

As a Certified Financial Planner for Personal Capital, I see too many people who focus on their present financial situation or the few years that lie just ahead. They don’t “look out” to what seems like the far horizon of retirement.

Source: Look Out! Retirement Mistakes are Easy to Make | Daily Capital
My Source: Another good article from Personal Capital.  I have been watching PC for sometime.  I personally use Betterment, but the information put out by PC is applicable regardless of who you trust to help you with your investment planning.

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