Today, Sallie answers the question, “When should I start saving for retirement?” — and the answer definitely isn’t “some vague time in the distant future.”
You should start saving for retirement … really yesterday. Start with your first paycheck. Okay, the other side of it? What if I haven’t started saving? Start right now.
It’s not too late to begin to invest. A dollar invested in your 20s is worth much more than your 40s, which is worth much more than your 60s. It’s never too early and it’s never too late.
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