None of us expected to be here — broke or near broke, unemployed or underemployed, working part-time at a job we hate with little to nothing in our savings account. Continue reading on Nextavenue.
In January, I wrote a piece for Next Avenue on my personal experience with retirement insecurity. I couldn’t have anticipated the warm response — nor could I have envisioned the outpouring of support and stories so similar to my own and many friends. To our readers, thank you. It...
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