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Hey Just Starting at 51,

I started four years ago at 50 and have easily doubled my money. Research the investments types that your company offers and continue to see which ones are the top performers. If you can afford a little extra you can always start a Roth IRA seperate from the company 401 and you may never regret it because of the difference in tax savings. Once you get in the six figures, the increases will be like an annual salary if your into stocks. Just keep reviewing your positions and returns as sectors go in and out quickly.

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