7 Ways to Ensure You Never Have Enough Money to Retire

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The good part about being alive today is that we’re living longer. The bad part — we’re living longer.

The average 65-year-old can expect to live into his or her mid-80s, according to federal statistics. That means you will need a lot of cash to see you through the golden years.

However, if you make many — or any — of the following mistakes, you might not ever have enough to retire comfortably.

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