Hi Hep!in the beginning i won't be able to put too much away for retirement because of my current budget. i've read articles that even a little per month is better than nothing. is that true? for example, if i put like a measly $50/mo each for me and my wife for the next 30yrs. can i really do much with that?In investing, time is everything! No amount is too small to start! The sooner you start the more flexibility and freedom you will have later!Here's a quiz:Assuming each investor leaves their money invested until the age of 65,which investor will have more money at age 65?Investor A: Invests $2000/yr for 9 years from age 22 through age 30, a total of $18,000.Investor B: Invests $2000/yr for 35 years from age 31 through age 65, a total of $70,000.See the link below for the answer:http://www.wiser.heinz.org/investingfacts.html2old
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