Does the idea of retiring with millions of dollars in your pocket excite you? If you answered yes, then you NEED to know the strategy that the most successful people use.
Retirement is an exciting time for many seniors. Going from working every day to having all the time in the world can be liberating — but also overwhelming. This is particularly true when it comes to finances.
Being self-employed gives you a certain degree of freedom but it shouldn’t give you a reason not to save for retirement. Since you don’t have the benefit of an employer helping you save for retirement, you need to do most of the legwork yourself.
While retirement sounds to some like something that is very far away into the future, saving for retirement is something that should begin as soon as possible. The sooner the better.
There are three things in life that you cannot avoid. Namely: taxes, aging, and changes in our society. They will affect us regardless of how we feel about them. So, the best thing you can do is prepare for them.
There are three things in life that you cannot avoid. Namely: taxes, aging, and changes in our society. They will affect us regardless of how we feel about them…
Planning for retirement is the last thing in the mind of a twenty year old. You just started working, why would you think about retirement in your 20’s?
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