A Few Simple Steps to Help You Get Started
For many, preparing for retirement can feel overwhelming, and can even become a barrier that keeps people from focusing on and implementing a retirement plan. If you haven’t started planning for your retirement, don’t wait, make today the day you begin planning for your future.
Qualified retirement plans are valuable investment tools. The money you put in them grows tax deferred until it is withdrawn at the time of your retirement and contributions to a 401(k) plan actually reduce your taxable income.
Whether you are already taking advantage of your employer’s retirement plan, still considering it, or have different investment methods in place to save for retirement, I encourage you to think more broadly about your retirement, and prepare for it between now and then. Today I’d like to share some timeless financial principals with you to apply to your personal situation.