Paying the penalty may be worth it if the end result increases your assets. A case of a couple saving for retirement shows that a penalty is a small price to pay in building a bigger nest egg.
Whether it’s sports, taxes or life, we’re programmed to avoid penalties, and usually that’s a good move. Occasionally, however, by simply avoiding penalties, we can be detrimental to ourselves. Indeed, sometimes incurring a penalty on purpose can be the right move.
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