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Most Americans are not on target to have adequate retirement savings by the time they are 67 years old. Photo by Jupiterimages

Twitter chat: What should women over 50 do to plan for retirement?

Earlier this week, we shared personal finance expert Kerry Hannon’s six tips for women over 50 to achieve financial fitness before retirement. Hannon addressed many of the unique challenges women face when saving for retirement. She also sharing general advice that applies to everyone from Baby Boomers preparing to retire to young professionals just starting out.

We decided to continue the conversation in a Twitter chat, where Hannon (@KerryHannon) shared further insights along with assistant managing editor for Next Avenue Richard Eisenberg (@richeis315) and president of the Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER) Cindy Hounsell (@WISERwomen). Check out the full conversation below.

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