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How More Fed Rate Hikes Will Crush Your Retirement

Most people assume that Fed rate hikes have little to do with their personal financial health. But the actions of the U.S. Federal Reserve over the next year will have dire implications for your retirement. The post How More Fed Rate Hikes Will Crush Your Retirement was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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