Published: September 21,1998
Which decade of life could be considered financially most dangerous: A person`s 30s when major career and purchasing decisions are made; the 40s when many parents are challenged by the cost of their children’s education; or the 50s when people suddenly realize their retirement plan is underfunded?
My answer is none of these.
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