I came across an article written in the Harvard Law Review and thought to share it with you. Sometimes we have conversations with those who say, “Let’s just get down to the nitty-gritty”. That’s what this article does. Written at the end of April it discusses rethinking retirement savings and puts in context how much money we have in retirement accounts, where it comes from and what ‘buckets’ exist that provide any economic security of American workers facing retirement. Take a look. It may provide food for thought, and finding safer rather than riskier places for putting saving for retirement has always been our priority. Call us, we’re always here for you.
Let’s get down to the nitty-gritty
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