Many Americans are not saving as much as they'd like for retirement. According to a recent survey, paying for day-to-day expenses was cited as one of the top reasons why people weren't saving more. But are all of those day-to-day expenses really necessary? If you examine your spending habits closely, you may discover common money leaks that could be devoted to savings instead.
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Making small changes to your spending could have a big impact on how much you can save for retirement. Use this online savings calculator to see how changing your spending habits now can add up for your future.
Compound interest has been called the 8th wonder of the world. Watch this video to learn how you can put it to work for your retirement.
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