It’s never too early to start saving for retirement


Wow. Didn’t we just lift a glass to toast the New Year? Many of us are still loking at a fresh start to reset our goals, and evaluate what we need to do better this year. We’ve made our resolutions. Among these, may be the need to save more money, or to work on our retirement plan.

Financial planner Gary Boatman, writing for Observer-Reporter—says that “it’s never too early to start saving for retirement.”

Indeed, the sooner you can start saving the better. Boatman offers a number of great ideas on what you can do to start saving for your retirement.



Sometimes I am asked when is too early to start preparing for retirement. The answer is it is never too early. Many Americans do not save enough to have the type of retirement they dream about. Baby Boomers are the first generation in modern times that are responsible for their own success. The last several generations retired at age 65, got a pension from their company, started Social Security and Medicare. Today, unless the […]



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