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I retire in 10-15 years, which is pretty scary as I have only been living in the USA for 2 years and have no savings (very expensive to immigrate)except for my company's 401k and IRA, which may amount to something by the time I retire, but not nearly enough to make up for the terrible financial knock with foreign exchange!

I am able to invest a big percentage of my salary every month, now that I have saved up a deposit for my own home again, but how does one go about buying into a fund, preferably a mixture of index funds, on a monthy basis?

Everything seems very expensive but perhaps someone (please) out there can give me advice.

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