Hi all, I'm old for this board (36) but too young for the boomer-board (that's my parents, after all). Anyway, that said-- I had a few years at a company with a 403b and maxed it out while I was there, but am now a barely-employed family therapist. Having started late with my savings, and now with a big gap of no-savings, I'm eager to get back into stashing my money away. Luckily, my husband and I have no debt aside from our mortgage, and our house value is still well above where we bought 5 years ago (unlike so many people!). So, I'm here to get a move on with the saving and investing, since we all know there will be no SS when us youngers retire!Zoe
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