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Eric Roberge is a financial planner whose clients always ask if they’re putting away enough money for the future.
Although everyone is different, he says you might not be investing enough if you got a raise but didn’t increase your contributions, or if you aren’t investing outside of a retirement plan.
He also points to the size of your goals, risk adversity, and likelihood to keep savings in cash as potential warning signs.
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Want to know the one big question every single financial planning client asks me? It’s some variation of, “Am I putting away enough money for the future?”

Saving, investing, contributing to retirement accounts — we all know we should be doing these things, but that doesn’t mean we always execute on that knowledge (or on the good advice of others who encourage us to contribute enough to create sound financial futures for ourselves).See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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