How Much You Should Have in Your Retirement Fund at Ages 30, 40, 50 and 60

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In your 20s, as you start your career and make real money for the first time, your spending changes. After living with Mom and Dad or in a college dorm, you can afford a place of your own and might want to splurge on the place with the amazing rooftop deck. You might have some disposable income for the first time — even after making the monthly payment on those student loans — and want to take a weekend trip each month with friends.

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