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This is what retirement could look like if you invest today…
What can you afford and how do we get there? The sliding scale above is to help you quantify the amount of money needed to invest on a monthly basis to reach your retirement goal. The value used is set at 7% ROI to give you an average value of what you can expect to have in the future.
Life insurance is an agreement between you, the policyholder, and an insurance company to provide a tax-free sum of money to your loved ones, known as beneficiaries, if you were to pass away. The money they receive is known as a “death benefit” and is meant to help your family out financially if they lose income that they were dependent on.
Investing involves committing money in order to earn a financial return. Essentially, this means that you invest money to make money and achieve your financial goals. Regardless of where you invest your money, you’re giving your money to a company, government or other entity in the hope that they provide you with more money in the future.
Once you’ve got savings, you’ll absolutely want to invest. Compound Interest will always outpace the interest rate that you’ll be able to get on a savings account. Start investing as soon as you can.
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Buying life insurance young saves you money!
It’s smart to purchase life insurance in your 20s or early 30s, even if you don’t think you need it.
With very few exceptions, the younger you are when you buy a life insurance policy, the less you’ll pay. It will never be any cheaper than it is today.
Although hundreds of factors determine life insurance premiums, age is one of the most critical components, and it makes a strong case for buying life insurance as early in life as possible.
Reasons why people don’t buy insurance
As it turns out, there are many reasons why young people don’t buy life insurance and, quite frankly, a lot of them are bad reasons that can be generally be solved with better communication about the value of the various products available to them today.