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If you’re ready to start planning for retirement, it’s important to start as early as possible. Just because you’re in college, newly married, or just got your first job doesn’t mean that it’s too soon to start thinking about retiring. After all, the earlier you begin to plan for your financial future, the sooner you’ll have a nest egg that will last you through your non-working years.
First off, create a budget you can stick with. Remember to minimize your spending as much as possible. While budgeting can be a challenge, it’s an important part of starting to save. Cutting back on things like eating out, fast food, name-brand clothes, and even expensive gourmet groceries can all add extra money to your retirement account. Make sure your spouse or partner is on board with your savings plan. After all, this affects them, too. Read the rest of this entry