Rodney Brooks is the former Deputy Managing Editor/Personal Finance and columnist for USA TODAY. He currently writes a retirement column for the Sunday Washington Post. He has also written on retirement and personal finance for Black Enterprise magazine, MarketWatch.com, as well as several other financial web sites. Brooks is author of Is One Million Dollars Enough: A Guide to Planning for and Living through a Successful Retirement.
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