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Posted on: Mar 20, 2019

Intro by Cheri Spicer, Indiana Education Employment Relations Board

This year is the big one! The year that I really think of where I have been and where I am going. To evaluate my finances and goals. Am I saving enough for retirement? See, this year I turn the big 4- 0! I am aware that this is not a legal post about some niche area of law. Instead, this is a post of a coming of age with my future. Financial future that is. I will not bore you with the thoughts and feelings of me coming to terms with the aging process and how I hate the beginning signs of my turkey neck. That is for another day and for my personal blog. I know I cannot be the only one out there that is not having sleepless nights worried about my retirement and if I am on the right path. Here is an article that gave me some thought on where to start and where I should possibly be. Please note that everyone’s finances are different and that nothing is set in stone.

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