That Rebate Check Could Ruin Your Retirement: Part 2

Marotta, David John
May 2008
Business Journal (Central New York);5/23/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 21, p21
The article discusses the impact of rebate checks on retirement savings in the U.S. It states that retirement is considered the ability to continue the present standard of living based on investment assets. It explains how a person should spend half of his or her rebate checks and saves the other half. It further examines how rebate checks may ruin a person's retirement.


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