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Retirement advice from a Boomer to a Millennial

Here are four ways you can assist your young colleagues in preparing for retirement.

from Turning the Clock Back

Common Sense Retirement Advice

Want to retire but don't know where to start? Here is some common sense retirement advice from an average mom! I promise, no legal speak or big financial words to complicate things! #GenworthUSA #ad http://www.turningclockback.com/2013/08/common-sense-retirement-advice.html

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Retirement Planning

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from PeerFinance101

Best Retirement Advice from the Experts

Don't be afraid of #Retirement Planning! Here are the best retirement advice from the experts!

Retirement Advice for Young Adults - TIME Inc.

from Forbes

10 Terrible Pieces Of Retirement Advice

The best days of bond mutual funds may be behind investors for a long time. Some investors may choose to buy individual bonds instead.

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Warren Buffett's 'snowball' retirement advice By Sally Brandon Published: Nov 16, 2015 You're a recent college graduate. Now that you've started your first job, you're probably wondering how to spend some of that new salary. A vacation? A car? Maybe you should be thinking instead about saving for retirement. That's right. It's time to put money away — ideally 1 The Oracle of Omaha gets it right again when he talks about the effect of time on your investment.