Saving for retirement is something far too few people think about when they are young. Less than half of all Americans, 45 percent to be more precise, have not yet started saving for retirement and that statistic also includes about 40 percent of baby boomers who are either at or near retirement age.
However, by not making these plans, you can be putting your future in jeopardy. What are the steps we must take to get on the right path to achieving our retirement goals?
Some people find the concept of saving or investing in their financial future to be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.
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Financial expert and CEO of EF Hutton Chris Daniels has some brilliant tips to help get us on our way. He has a set of Retirement 101 tips that can help people overcome challenges, how to update investment strategies, how smart spending can help and how new technologies like Meggalife can help you achieve your goal.
Chris Daniels, EF Hutton CEO spoke with Michelle Tompkins for TheCelebrityCafe.com about common mistakes people make when saving or not saving for retirement, how you can fix the problem in your 30s, 40s and even 50s, what new technologies are available to make saving for retirement easier than ever before and more valuable financial tips.
See the full interview here:
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