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Hello ...

Just looking for "general" statistics here. I'm 36 years old and have been contributing to my 401k ever since I was 22 (my first job). My question is this ... does anyone know of any financial planning resources that mention (as a guideline) how much I really should have socked-away in my 401k at the age of 36? I just want to know if I'm "on-track" towards retirement as far as this investment is concerned. Thanks.
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