Let’s just take a moment and think about the age old question of “How much money do I need to retire?”
Before we even bring a retirement age into the question, we’re just going to assume that you want to retire somewhere in the next ten years.
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If you even have been slightly interested in investing in some form, then you have probably heard the phrase “the earlier you start the better” (or some variation of this) at least once or twice.
Many people will tell you that “time is on your side”, when discussing starting your investing career early, but for millennials… is starting early really an option?
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If you are like me, the average millennial, then you probably had some struggles when getting started in the investing game. Maybe you would get started, lose a little bit of money (a lot if you were unlucky), then get discouraged.. causing you to find other things to do with your money.
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Before any investor “made it big”, they had to start somewhere. Unless you are someone who inherited a large sum of money at the start of your financial career, then you, more than likely, were in the same situation that I was when I decided to take control of my financial future.
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