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Do tough targets help you save money for the future - or put you off?

Ed Monk

Ed Monk - Fidelity Personal Investing

This week on your favourite investment podcast - what would make you save more money? We all know - I think - that saving money for the future is essential if you want to achieve financial security, but many people are put off, rather than inspired, when they hear exactly how much it takes to get there.

Fidelity’s Dan Lane is here to discuss targets, both good and bad, and ways to save money for the future.

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