April 01, 2019
One in three Americans has less than $5,000 saved for retirement. Whether you’re counting down the days until retirement or it feels far, far away, you need to take a closer look at your retirement strategy, and there’s no better time to do so than at the start of a new year.
Here are our hassle- and headache-free strategies you can implement today to add significant value to your savings.
You made it! Just because you’re no longer working doesn’t mean you can’t add significant value to your retirement savings.
It’s not hyperbole that 50 is the new 40. Many people feel they’re just hitting their stride, with more doors opening rather than closing. As such, you need to keep your retirement savings aggressive.
Now is your time to maximize your potential for future payout. Whether you started early or need to make up for lost time, your 40s are the decade to make a concentrated push toward your retirement goals.
Retirement feels like a long way away, but by starting now, you’ll have less of a catch-up game to play later.
No matter what age you are, it’s never too early (or late) to grow your retirement savings. If you’re a homeowner, you have the additional option of tapping into your home’s equity to accentuate your savings and achieve your retirement goals.
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*Hometap Note: The opinions expressed in this post are for informational purposes only. To determine the best financing for your personal circumstances and goals, consult with a licensed advisor.
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