Saving money isn’t the easy task with bills, expenses, night’s out, rent, and even more you need to right checks for. However, saving is EXTREMELY important because it affects your retirement plans later on in life.
Managing your 401(k) is really important when it comes to saving for retirement. There’s a lot you need to put into consideration while planning this. When you start your job, you need to figure out what percentage of your paycheck you’ll be putting aside for your savings. You should also look into your vesting restrictions, participation options, and other opportunities from your company.
For more information on how to start saving for retirement check out these articles:
- Think Ahead: Manage Your 401(k) Plan Successfully
- 10 Ways to Increase Your Income (So You Can Retire Early)
- How to Rightsize Your Retirement Budget
- The New Retirement Age Is 75–Here’s How to Stop Working Sooner (via Glamour)
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