Ask the Hammer: Should I Invest in a Target-Date Fund?

Jeffrey Levine, chief planning officer at Buckingham Wealth Partners, discusses in this Retirement Daily video whether a reader should invest in a target-date fund.
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I just started saving for retirement using a target-date fund. Is that a good idea or would it be better to create my own portfolio with ETFs?

That's the question Jeffrey Levine, chief planning officer of Buckingham Wealth Partners, answered in this episode of Ask the Hammer.

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