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3 lame excuses for not saving for retirement and how to overcome them

Excuse: 'I'll decide tomorrow'
Excuse: 'I'll decide tomorrow' | Steve Debenport/Getty Images

Excuse: "I'll decide tomorrow"

Generally, people report feeling squeezed for time. There's never enough time to do the things you want to do, so why would you spend precious minutes doing something you don't want to do?

But procrastination costs. In retirement planning, procrastination costs you security and assets when you are in retirement. It's a long time coming, but it's a bill that's going to come due.

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