Comment on Retirement Pitfalls to Avoid by Pamela.
Honolulu. Yah I am excited
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Retirement Pitfalls to Avoid
Extravagant travel, that is something we are trying too watch out for when booking our trip to Hawaii. We really want the break and plan to cash-flow the entire vacation but sometimes I feel like these monies could be put towards growing our retirement and long term savings. Its a toss up but I think we can reach a middle ground and travel there without using too much funds.
Adult children is a huge one as well. Not living with my parents has taught me to grow up very quickly and I am thankful for that.
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