When I was a freshman in college, I took boxing classes. (It’s a long story.) One fight, in particular, stands out in my memory: A right hook I never saw coming left me flat on my back. (It’s fair to say I was no Mike Tyson in the ring. More of a Mr. Rogers. But I digress.)
The point here is that the punches you fail to anticipate are the ones that can do the most damage. That’s also true when it comes to retirement: The taxes, fees and outlays that catch you flat-footed are the ones that can jeopardize your financial future. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to keep from landing on the canvas, even in a shaky economy.
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