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Workers have a natural hedge against rising prices because wages tend to rise with inflation. But once you retire, “this insurance is gone,” warns a financial planner.
Financial advisers will tell you that the most telling — and risky — years of your retirement are the five before you leave the 9-to-5 world, and the ...
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