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Computerized Investing > November/December 2006

On the Internet: Retirement Planning

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by CI Staff

Retirement Planning

As baby boomers move closer to retirement and younger workers are faced with the prospect of no Social Security when they reach retirement age, everyone worries about making the right choices regarding their retirement investments. Retirees are concerned with not outliving their savings so they can spend their retired years doing what makes them happy. Twenty- and thirty-somethings are concerned with saving enough and choosing the right investment vehicles in hopes of a comfortable retirement. With houses, cars, college and other responsibilities on our often-already-too-full tables, many people tend to put saving and planning for retirement on a back burner. Retirement planning is very important and does not have to be tedious or stressful. The Internet offers a wealth of data, calculators and more to help you plan and organize your way to a happy retirement.


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