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Thanks to a new fee-disclosure rule, financial pros who offer retirement advice will have to disclose all costs associated with their services and products beginning in April. But to find out, you need to know what those fees are called, where they’re referenced, and how they’re calculated.
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Good money management is all about creating a budget and sticking to it. Well, you might be surprised to see what else is involved.
You’re rounding the corner toward retirement age with not nearly enough set aside. You can’t make up for lost time. But don’t give up — you do have options.