Preparing to Live to 100: Five Money-Saving Steps

Whitaker, Charles J.
April 2004
Employee Benefit News;Apr2004, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p47
Presents several retirement exit strategies. Retirement plan resources to know; Importance of knowing how much is needed to save to meet specific retirement goals; Factors to consider in buying long-term care insurance.


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