I know many of you are working on building your emergency savings fund, and that it will take time to reach that goal. I am thrilled you are committed to this essential foundation of financial
Previously, I made the case for how you can refine your spending choices today so you have more money to put toward retirement goals.
Welcome to week four of You Ask, I Tell. Tune into my podcast and you will often hear me recommending a Roth IRA. It is such a great way to save for retirement
For those of you who haven’t yet tuned into my Women & Money podcast, you’re missing such a fantastic time. I am loving doing the show.
You know I am a huge believer that the best way to save for retirement is a Roth Individual Retirement Account (IRA). But there’s actually something even better.
Saving for retirement is job 1, 2, and 3 as far as I concerned. What you manage to save today obviously plays a big role in what you have to enjoy your tomorrows.
Saving for retirement is a no-brainer. But knowing the smartest ways to do that saving is anything but easy to figure out, given all the choices. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Here’s exactly what you should do, in the order I list: