BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. (TheStreet) -- By the time you reach your 40s you have roughly 20 years of your career in the rearview mirror. Workers in their 40s need to get serious about planning for their retirement. Even if you love what you do and plan to work until you drop, you still need to get serious about planning for retirement.Very simply, you may not be healthy enough to work until you drop, or you might be "retired" involuntarily. At this point you still have 20 years of road in front of you and can make changes that yield results.
|In your 40s, you still have 20 years of road in front of you and can make financial changes that yield results.|
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