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Switching Gears at Retirement: Going from Savings to Spending Mode

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After a lifetime of living below one’s means and saving and investing wisely, it can be a bit frightening when it comes time for retirement, knowing that there may not be any further earned income to help pay the bills. Once retired, any additional money needed to pay for [...]

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