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How Much Should You Save for Retirement?

It can be hard to know how much money you’ll need for retirement, especially when it’s still far away and many costs are unknown. Tim Maurer weighs in on four methods to help millennials (and anyone else) calculate what to save.

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Tim Maurer, Director of Advisor Development

The BAM ALLIANCE

As director of advisor development at The BAM ALLIANCE, Tim designs and implements focused educational programs for our advisors around the country. His goal is to prepare them to provide an outstanding experience to each and every client through skillful investment advising and financial life planning.

A central theme drives Tim’s work: Personal finance is more personal than it is finance. Regardless of our income or net worth, Tim believes it is our underlying values and goals that drive our behavior with money, which ultimately determines our satisfaction in work and life. With a passion for relational communication, Tim has been featured on the Today show on NBC, CNBC and ABC’s Nightline, on NPR programs The Diane Rehm Show and Marketplace as well as in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Baltimore Sun, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, U.S. News & World Report and Money magazine, among others.

You can follow Tim on Twitter at @TimMaurer.

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