“While you might be making 4x what you made in your 20’s, you still might not have a ton of extra money to put into the market. Starting young and being consistent really is the best advantage that you can make for your financial future,”
By Jason Middleton
Retirement planning – it’s the mantra of every financial advisor, planner and fiduciary you’ll ever run into. And the sub mantra, and I may have just invented that phrase, the sub mantra is the earlier you start saving, the less you have to sock away later in life.
So, our next guest, wrote the book ‘Broke Millennial Takes on Investing: A Beginner’s Guide to Leveling Up Your Money.’ Her name is Erin Lowry. It’s actually her second and sequential book on investing for younger people.
For the record, the oldest millennial is 37 years old this year, so let’s disabuse ourselves of the ‘young adult in the parent’s basement’ image.
Side note: Gen X and Gen Z are just lost generations, right? People jump from Boomers to Millennials.
Have great weeks, everybody.