Retirement? I Don't Even Have a Job Yet!

It doesn't matter how young you are -- it's never too early to think about how you'll end up when it's time to hang 'em up. And when it comes to health insurance, you could need that tomorrow. In short, recent grads are -- for the first time -- fully responsible for their own well-being, and it pays to know how the system works.

This is the place for our readers to ask each other about the alphabet soup that we all have to swim through to make sure our money and our health are squared away. Questions, advice, horror stories -- all are welcome.

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By Bob Greiner |  April 6, 2006; 2:07 PM ET  | Category:  The Fine Print
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Couple interesting pieces in The Post recently touch on money issues for younger workers:

Simple Steps To Begin Investing

Compound Wisdom

Worth a look.

Posted by: David P. Marino-Nachison | April 10, 2006 11:51 AM

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