When retirement savings goals seem hopelessly unrealistic

I often see rules of thumb suggesting how much people should save each year or how much money they should have in retirement accounts by certain ages to be on track to a secure retirement. But I don’t see how it’s possible for people to meet these benchmarks when big chunks of income go to things like mortgages and children. Are these savings targets actually achievable?

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