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Never touch the money set aside for retirement

Monday, March 13, 2017, 12:22 PM

If you keep touching the money you have set aside for retirement, you lose the compounding benefit. The money you invest for retirement gives good returns, which are reinvested and earn you more money. For your investment to earn good returns, it needs time. If you keep dipping into your retirement fund, there is no money left to enjoy the compounding benefit.
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