CHICAGO (AP) — Despite the best of intentions, retirees tend to make the same money mistakes over and over and over again.

Repeating the same scenario isn't all unpleasant, as Bill Murray discovered while endlessly reliving Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, Pa. You can learn to play the piano, speak French, ice sculpt, go out to a lot of nice dinners, and more.

But eventually you're going to run into trouble if you don't break the pattern of financial neglect. The money simply may not hold up in the long run.

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