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A 2019 survey by Global Atlantic Financial Group, which sells annuities, asked more than 4,000 Americans, pre-retirees and retirees, about their retirement savings. Of those surveyed, 55% said they had regrets. The top three were that they: Did not save enough. Relied too much on Social Security. Did not pay down debt before retiring. However,…
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