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Growing your retirement savings through smart investing is a long-term project. You want to give yourself decades to get it done.
It’s best to start saving as early as you can, to give interest compounding and market forces as much time as possible to increase your balance.
You don’t have to worry about putting away a lot at first. It’s all about forming a plan you can stick to.
Here are suggestions for retirement planning from your 20s into your 60s.