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The 5 Things To Do Now So Retirement Doesn't Suck Later

Every day, another 10,000 of us turn 65. And while pretty much every expert on the planet predicts that our standard of living likely will deteriorate once we retire, there really are a few things you can do now to disrupt the pending train wreck. A version of this post appeared in May 2014. Here are five ways to make sure your retirement doesn’t suck. 1. Figure out where you will live.
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