Most of us have experienced Kate’s feelings. There are so many things we want to do with our money right now. Investing in our future gets pushed to the back of our minds and right out of the budget. It seems counter intuitive, but time is actually one of the most valuable assets when investing. Through the power of compounding, you can end up with more in your account at retirement than someone who put away 53% more money than you. Check out the video to see the more in-depth example I showed Kate and her light-bulb moment or visit our Retirement Education Center and crunch the numbers for yourself.
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