As you journey through life, you should be laying a financial foundation; one strong enough to provide security and a fulfilling, worry-free retirement.
How do you do it? Step by step.
When you're in your 20s, you're getting your sea legs; adapting to adulthood, learning financial responsibility and putting some money aside.
When you hit your 30s, it's time to get serious by developing a healthy retirement plan and emergency savings.
In your 40s you hitting your peak earnings years, understanding investing and starting to imagine what retirement life will be like.
Every decade of your financial life builds on the one before and culminates, hopefully, in bullet-proof savings and enough income to make life after work stress-free and fun.
If you start investing $100 per month when you're 25, and average an annual return of 10% (the average long-term return for stocks) when you reach 65, you'll have about $640,00.
That's what this week's "Money!" podcast is about. We're going to talk about essential money moves you should be making for every decade of your life; from your 20s to your 70s and beyond
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