Category: Saving for Retirement

Save Early and Often

assignment writing p>If I am insane for encouraging young people to think about retirement, then I am in good company. The Wall Street Journal ran an ticle this weekend on how college graduates can save even while paying off student loans. Nest eggs are not made overnight, so It”s really never too early to think […]

Don't Treat the I.R.S. Like a Savings Account

Picture this scenario: Suppose you are a habitual spendthrift and have great difficulty putting money aside for savings, so you ask a trusted friend to hold money for you. Each month for a year, you give this friend $200 a month, which you cannot b orrow against or ask to be returned to you until […]

Why Patience Pays in 401(k) Saving

A new survey from the Employee Benefits Research Institute and reported in the found that 0.2 p Master Mentalism – Magic Instruction. ercent of 401(k) participants have reached $1 million in savings in their 401(k) plans. They keys to this success? Consistent saving over at least 20 years and contributing high amounts – if possible, […]

Retirement May be Attainable After All…If You Work Just a Bit Longer

I will admit, I am a bit of a “retirement nag,” and am quick to point out the doom and gloom stories of hard-working individuals who may not have enough to retire at the age they wish. Yes, I am the finger-wagger when it comes to preaching the benef its of saving early, saving often, […]