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Saving and Investing for Retirement: Part Two

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Thu, 27 Sep 2012

Fidelity just came out with a study that estimates that people will need about eight times their final salary level, assuming they work until age sixty seven, to be able to retire and subsequently to have 85% of their pre-retirement income provided from retirement savings plus social security.  Fid

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