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At a Massachusetts Institute of Technology alumni event earlier this summer, nearly 200 MIT graduates and spouses were asked to give retirement-planning advice to the next generation.
They asked the audience to write down at least three pieces of advice they would give to younger people — what to do today to increase the chances of a better retirement tomorrow. While certainly not average in income or achievement, this august group of men and women averaged 79 years old.
The audience-turned-advisers happily jotted down their experience-based expert advice and often provided detailed justifications as to why they recommended a specific action. So what would a room of MIT alums and spouses, at least 15-plus years past traditional retirement age, give as retirement advice?
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