“New Solutions to Fund Your Retirement: Part 2 of 2,” by Ken and Maddy Dychtwald, Huffington Post

“This is the second of two articles in which we’ll describe specific tradeoffs, adjustments, and course corrections you can adopt right now to give yourself a more financially comfortable and enjoyable retirement, no matter how old you might be. Although starting young offers you the advantage of accumulating more retirement funds over time, there are a myriad of options and choices you can make in your 50s or 60s to bolster your financial security in retirement. If you haven’t had a chance to read part one, here’s the link to yesterday’s article. . . . To explore additional ideas and information, you can download the full report here.”

LTC Comment (from Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform):
It’s good to be hopeful and positive, but realistically it’s probably too late for many aging Americans to prepare financially for retirement even following the Dychtwalds’ recommendations.

New Solutions to Fund Your Retirement: Part 2 of 2


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