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This one IS foolish! At 60 yrs of age, currently with no 401(k) or other income retirement in existence, what IF ANYTHING can one do to have at least SOMETHING to help with living expenses at age 67 or 68 retirement? Time is so short for funds to grow into much by then!

Both my spouse and I are just now starting a 401(k) with our employers. Never had that employer option before now. We have limited life insurance w/employers and recently (6 mos ago) began a variable life insurance annuity for some retirement income by age 70.

Any suggestions?
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