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Pushed out before ready to retire?

The numbers show that the 50s and beyond are a precarious time for U.S. workers, with more than half of those who enter that decade with a stable, full-time job pushed out involuntarily before they're ready to retire.

Retirees' top money regrets: Liz Weston

These are the money moves retirees wish they hadn't made. The big ones, of course, are starting to save too late and not saving enough, but there are other common regrets, according to certified financial planners from the Financial Planning Association and the Alliance of Comprehensive Planners.