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Top 20 Strategies To Painlessly Slash Your Personal Spending

Many doctors are behind in saving for retirement and face two choices if they want to catch up. First, they can work harder to produce more. Alternatively, they can spend less and invest the savings to reach their retirement goals.

Reviewing your personal spending and taking action can prove to be a quite profitable exercise. Cutting your personal spending by $2,500 a month will reduce the assets required at retirement to maintain your lifestyle by $811,500! More importantly, this frees up an extra $2,500 a month to...

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