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Question: I turned 50 this year. I’ve still got kids at home and one in college. The market kicked me pretty hard a few years back and I don’t see how I’ll ever save enough money to retire. I don’t know where my money goes, but I don’t feel like we live some extravagant lifestyle. I don’t have any debt, but I don’t save any money either. What do I do?

Answer: Sometimes truth is better than sympathy.

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