Saving for retirement: It helps to start young
Think of it as another bill.
Young 20-somethings nowadays lead busy lives. Some are recent college graduates just starting to build their careers. They have enough on their minds when it comes to finances, there is no more room left for retirement planning.
But even though the 20s and 30s can be the time to buy a first home, plan a wedding and start a family, financial advisors say "pay yourself first."
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