Is $1 million enough for retirement?

If you've ever wondered how much inflation has potentially chipped away at your retirement nest egg, then you may want to see this …

In 1970 one million dollars was the same as nearly twelve million dollars today. 

And since 1990, a million dollars has lost half its buying power … 

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