From the second you accept your first job offer, you’re bombarded with such words as “401K,” “IRA,” and “pension.” Then all of a sudden, you start seeing a chunk of your hard-earned change disappear from your paycheck every two weeks to go into something called a “retirement plan.” The money you could be using to help pay for your wedding or buy a new home is sitting untouched in something you won’t even use for at least 40 years.
Besides that, your career is just starting – why should you even think about the end of it?
The hard truth is that if you don’t start planning for retirement when you’re young, you may never see the end of your career. That’s because you won’t have enough money to sustain you through the rest of your life without a job. With life expectancy and the cost of living on the rise, it’s more important than ever to plan for your retirement, and plan correctly.
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