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Retirement saving tips for people between 45 and 64

Investopedia Logo Investopedia | Slide 1 of 8: Saving for retirement is a function that is often put on hold by those who feel they have sufficient time to start planning and saving later. While it is never too soon to start saving for retirement for any age group, the period of 45 to 64 years is critical to get a realistic assessment of how financially prepared you are for retirement.

These years are key

Saving for retirement is a function that is often put on hold by those who feel they have sufficient time to start planning and saving later. While it is never too soon to start saving for retirement for any age group, the period of 45 to 64 years is critical to get a realistic assessment of how financially prepared you are for retirement.
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