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You Always Have To Pay Yourself First

Posted by Josh Patrick

investment_G19mSIvd.jpgIf you ever want to retire, you must think about how you're going to save for retirement.  Here's some articles for around the web we found that are important as you think about ever being able to retire.

The problem you're probably facing is retirement is a long way off.  If you think that's true, think again.  I've seen far too many people, hopefully not like you who think they have plenty of time.  You're going to find that twenty and even thirty years goes by like a blink in time.  Really, you need to think about retiring today even though your retirement is thirty or forty years in the future.

Read the following two articles.  I think you'll find some good advice in both.

Before you even think about retiring pay attention to this advice first and yes, I do mean first.

Here's a great article I found in the Vancouver Sun on this very topic. The key to successful retirement planning: Pay yourself first

via The key to successful retirement planning: Pay yourself first

Retirement Planning: 5 Ways You May Be Misleading Yourself

Sixty-three percent of workers are very or somewhat confident of having enough money for a comfortable post-career life, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute's latest Retirement Confidence Survey. But when you look at how little many people have stashed away for retirement—the average 401(k) balance is less than $100,000—you have to wonder how accurate their self-assessment is. So how can you tell whether you're being realistic about your retirement planning efforts or deluding yourself? Here are five ways.

via Retirement Planning: 5 Ways You May Be Misleading Yourself via Time.com

 

Topics: retirement, Investment Planning, Saving for retirement

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