Top Ways to Recover From a Late Start on Retirement Planning

1. Start Saving 10 to 20% (or More!) of Your Income

2. Take Advantage of Retirement Accounts and Catch-Up Contributions

3. Work As Long as Possible

4. Be Resourceful and Enlist Help

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