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Jump-start your retirement plan Thursday, February 19, when NAPFA planners will answer your questions during a live online Q&A.

Saving for retirement is no small deal -- the last thing you want to do in your golden years is discover too late that your nest egg is insufficient. With this great personal responsibility comes plenty of questions: Am I saving enough? How should I allocate my funds? Can I play catch-up with my savings? Well, we're here to help.

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Kiplinger's is again teaming up with the National Association of Personal Finance Advisors (NAPFA) to host a day-long retirement-saving Q&A. NAPFA's expert advisers will be on hand Thursday, February 19, from 9am to 5pm ET to answer your money quandaries. Past topics have included:

  • Saving for retirement with IRAs, Roth IRAs and 401(k)s
  • Taxes and retirement, including gift taxes, estate taxes and wills
  • Income in retirement through Social Security and income investing strategies
  • Other financial challenges, from investing to saving for college to paying down debt.

For more examples of advice that was shared in the past, check out the transcripts of our past chats.

So, save the date and join us February 19, or, if you can't make it, the chat room is already open for you to leave a question for the experts in advance. You can come back and read the transcript at any time, even after the chat is closed. Hope to see you then!

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