saving for retirement

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sad pig
Move to Cape Cod and spend my days watching the waves roll in ... return to New York to be close to my roots ... or venture someplace completely new. What I want to do when I retire, I still don't know. What I do know is, I want to be in control of my financial future and to live independently as I age.
Unless you've saved   11 times your final pay ($550,000 if you were earning $50,000), don't even think about retiring.
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Fewer of us are living paycheck to paycheck this year, but that sweet relief seems to have skipped over some midlife workers. A new survey says workers ages 45 to 54 are struggling most to pay the bills while those closest to retirement seemed to be doing best.
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