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Here's How You Should Be Investing Your Money in Your 20s, 30s, 40s and Beyond

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There are a lot of strategies when it comes to saving for retirement.

But earning more money and spending less of it are two simple rules every investor can live by, according to Winnie Sun, a managing partner of Sun Group Wealth Partners.

Once you have your budget under control, you'll need to design a portfolio to help reach your goals.

Check out this video for a breakdown of how Sun recommends allocating your money based on your current age.

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