Young adults have a hard time imagining their future elderly selves, and therefore do not place much emphasis on saving for retirement. If they’re earning a paycheck, there’s always one more cool thing to buy; if they’re not, they’re trying to get by on the money they have. Either way, not much is going into their retirement.
We asked top financial professionals how they encourage young adults to save for retirement. If you’re a young adult, or know one, it’s worth your time. The pros include:
- Latisha Styles (@YoungFinances), founder of Young Finances
- Ben Luthi (@TheWealthGospel), founder of The Wealth Gospel.
- Tiffany Aliche (@The Budgetnista), founder of the LIVE RICHER Challenge Movement, and Author of The One Week Budget.
For more information on how to achieve a successful retirement, download your free copy of our eBook, “The Retiree Next Door: Successful Seniors’ Surprising Secrets.” For more on how to become a successful millennial, check out "The Millennial Next Door [Revealed]: How To Be Financially Successful in Your 20’s."
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