1. Lacking foresight to plan for your retirement is the simplest way to limit your savings. Not contributing each time that you have the opportunity to is essentially downgrading your quality of life after retirement. While savings and interest are both valuably intertwined, the bulk of your money is realistically going to come from your contributions. This mistake, stifling your savings potential, can be made in three ways:
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