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Internet Claps Back At Suggestion That By Age 35, You Should Have This Much In The Bank
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17 May 2018 01:06 AM EST

An article about retirement savings has infuriated readers.
The Marketwatch article suggested that by age 35, people should have twice their salary saved
Twitter users slammed this claim for being "out of touch" and unrealistic for many.
They cited the 2008 economic crisis, low wages, and student debt as roadblocks.
Financial experts say the criticisms are valid and that "one-size-fits-all" money rules aren't helpful.

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