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How Does Your Personal Spending Stack Up?

You can’t determine how much you’ll need to save for retirement until you first estimate how much you will be spending each month then. In order to determine that retirement spending level, you must first accurately gauge your current personal spending. Below we review how to accurately track your current personal spending and compare it to the category averages from your colleagues below so you can determine...

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