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Start Saving Now vs. Later
Start Saving Now vs. Later
Does it make a big difference if I start saving for my retirement now? Can't I wait until I make a higher salary and then start investing?
 

Advice From Confident Investors

Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Take advantage of publications, podcasts, adult ed classes and other resources, including family members.

How to Be a Confident Investor

Kiplinger's Personal Finance

You don’t have to be an expert. Start with your employer’s retirement savings plan.

Market Timing: The Importance of Doing Nothing

Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Investors, as a whole, actually earn less than the funds that they invest in. Here’s how to avoid that fate.

Ariel's Number of the Day Is 74

Money Minute

Consider saving less in cash and investing in the stock market.

Ariel's Number of the Day Is 1.81%

Money Minute

Your savings rate should be higher than the rate of inflation if you’re going to make progress.

What to Do When Markets Are Volatile

Money Minute

When investors become fearful, there can be significant volatility in the market.

What a Bear Market Does to Your Brain

Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Normal market cycles can stir up your emotions and push you to invest unwisely, but being aware of your behavioral biases can help you focus on your long-term plan.

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