October 30, 2021 - mediadealer - Money Hacks - 157 views
Date: 2021-08-29 21:09:13
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AGE 20: Average Net Worth: $39,915
1. GET A CREDIT CARD
The point is to begin building up your credit score as soon as possible, and since 50% of your score is made up from your on-time payment history and how LONG you’ve had credit for…this is something you should do immediately.
2. OPEN A ROTH IRA
This will allow you to invest $6000 per year and grow your money COMPLETELY TAX FREE by the age of 59.5…meaning, by the time you’re older…everything is pure profit.
3. SAVE 20% OF YOUR INCOME
4. INVEST IN THE MARKETS
AGE 30: Average Net Worth: -$1043
1. GET A CREDIT SCORE OF AT LEAST 750
2. BE BAD-DEBT FREE BY 30 YEARS OLD
This means you’ve paid off any loans or debt that’s above a 5% interest rate, you don’t have any credit card debt or personal loans outstanding, and besides the possibility of a low interest rate mortgage or student loan…you don’t have anything weighing you down.
3. HAVE A 3-6 MONTH SAFETY FUND
4. AIM FOR 1X YOUR SALARY SAVED
AGE 40: Median Net Worth: $80,000
1. MAX OUT RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS ANNUALLY
2. MAXIMIZE YOUR EARNINGS
3. HAVE A BUDGET – NO MATTER WAHT
4. KNOW HOW MUCH YOU NEED TO RETIRE
The rule of thumb is that, for a 30-year retirement, you’ll need to have anywhere between 25 to 30x your annual spending INVESTED in order for that money to last you without running out.
AGE 50: Median Net Worth: $212,000
1. HAVE 7-8X YOUR SALARY SAVED, OR 10-12X YOUR EXPENSES
2. BE CLOSE TO PAYING OFF YOUR MORTGAGE
3. HAVE A CLEAR PLAN FOR RETIREMENT
AGE 60: Median Net Worth: $266,000
1. AIM FOR 10-12X YOUR SALARY SAVED UP
2. PAY OFF YOUR PRIMARY RESIDENCE
4. BEGIN WITHDRAWING FROM RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS
Obviously, this is only going to be a rough ballpark and some people may be way ahead or way behind this – but, that’s not important – it’s more important to realize that NOW is the best time to begin working towards these goals, and showing you that – the sooner you start – the easier it’s going to be…even if you’re not as far along as you would’ve liked.
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