Have you ever been scared to start investing?
Well, I know I have. I wasn't sure what investing was really about until I started my journey to get out of debt. My first investment experience was with Betterment and that was six years ago.
Since then, I have opened accounts at other brokerages, realized what I was doing, and have worked hard to invest for retirement and enjoying my later years. If you know anything about compound interest, then you know investing early is the best option. It's hard to catch up from lost years, that's for sure.
Here are some posts to help you understand investing a little more and to get you on the right track.
It's never too late to start investing, so jump in and get your financial future in order.
We’re continuing our missing to help all ages with their money. Doesn’t matter if you’re a teenager, in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, or retired. Everyone is at different stages in life and in financial security. We already showed those of you in your 50s how to invest, so now it’s time to make sure […]Read More
Your 40s are an exciting decade as your children might be preparing to move away from home, you are near the top of the corporate ladder at work, and you might finally have a large disposable income that allows you to spend a few extra dollars on yourself. As this decade will serve as a […]Read More
As you enter your 30s, you have probably experienced the transition in life from a single, carefree college grad to getting serious about your future by “settling down” to start a family and paying your dues at work to get the next promotion. While you hopefully avoided these money pitfalls in your 20s, there is […]Read More
There is a lot of advice out there to tell you what you “should” do with your money, but we’re going to show you what you “shouldn’t” do with you money. Especially when you’re just starting out in the workforce and you’re in your 20s. This is a time you need to be focusing on […]Read More
When you turn 60, the finish line is in sight in the race for retirement. In a few short years, it’s time to start drawing from your retirement accounts. Maybe even a pension account. While your retirement situation is largely determined by how you invested in your earlier years, it’s just as important to make […]Read More
OK, it’s your last prime money earning year before retirement, but how to you tackle your last ten full earning years when it comes to investing? Usually the older you get, the more you make, so in theory, when you reach your 50s, you should be earning the most of your entire career. This is […]Read More
Is time running out when you need to invest in your 40s? We here at Debt Roundup don’t think so. As part of our investing series, we’re here to show you how to easily invest when you are in your 40s. We’ve already covered investing in your 20s and investing in your 30s, so it’s […]Read More
Investing is something that many know they need in order to grow their wealth and retire, but few understand how to get started or where they will find money to actually invest. We tackled investing in your 20s, but today, we’re going to show you how to easily invest in your 30s. Each age bracket […]Read More
Investing is probably one of the last actions you think of in your 20s as you juggle student loan payments, establishing a career, and maybe even starting a family. Whether you know it or not, investing in your 20s is the most important time to invest because your first contributions have 40 years to skyrocket […]Read More