Retirement: Don’t despair, get saving!
When he was 22 Matt told his father of his immediate “need,” a 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am in mint condition. “Someday I’ll be married with kids and driving a van,” said the young man with a $25,000 income. For now, it’s time to just drive. Life’s twists and turns came. At 30 Matt had those kids, a wife caring for them at home, a $30,000 job, no savings and a destination he now could see in the distance — retirement. No winner’s flag would greet him, he figured.Two options, however, remained open…Read More
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