Most Millennials Don’t Expect to Become Millionaires

Most Millennials Don't Expect to Become MillionairesEach of us is now responsible for saving for our own retirement, but many young people aren’t feeling particularly optimistic about their ability to do so. Most millennials (64 percent) say they don’t expect to be able to accumulate $1 million for retirement over their lifetime, according to a Wells Fargo and GfK survey of 1,005 millennials ages 22 to 35 who are employed U.S. residents, but not working in…

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5 Alternative Ways to Retire Early

5 Alternative Ways to Retire EarlyFor many of us, retirement is a far off dream. It’s already difficult enough to pay our current bills on time, and we aren’t able to contribute to our retirement funds as much as we’d like. But early retirement is a real possibility if you work for it in your 20s and 30s. Here are a few alternative paths to early retirement: Cut expenses. Many financial planners recommend that you…

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3 Easy Steps to Retire By 40

3 Easy Steps to Retire By 40Excerpt Courtesy of Retire By 40 Last time I wrote about the Retire By 40 Movement and why everyone should at least think about retiring from their career by the time they are 40. Today, we’ll dive into how this could be done in 3 easy steps. Well, these steps are easy to say, but they are not that easy to do. Most people finish college around the age of…

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