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How much of your paycheck should you save?
Common knowledge says 10-15%, and other popular strategies like the 50/30/20 rule say 20%.
But will that really help you achieve your financial goals?
If you’re happy working 35-50 years, sure.
But if you want more freedom, and more time, there is a better way.
We’ll take an honest look at how much to save per month and how it will affect your ability to retire early… and uncover the truth about how long it will really take.
If you follow this guide, you will see how it can be faster than you ever thought possible.
(without any get-rich-quick hype)
We’re going to look at what jobs pay $30 an hour without a degree.
While college is a great option for many people, it’s not the only way to earn a great living.
Amongst the FIRE community (Financial Independence Retire Early) you’ll find thousands of people who have quietly stashed away 7-figure nest eggs with jobs just like these.
Let’s take a look at jobs that help you earn $50,000 to even $100,000 per year before your friends even graduate from college.
Time to get started.
Today we’re going to look at the differences between two retirement plans: 401a vs 401k.
These two retirement plans have some similarities, and yet a few key variations that make a substantial difference in what you can and can’t do with them.
We’ll start with a brief overview of the core differences between a 401(k) vs 401(a), then go more in-depth on both, including contribution limits and other “hidden” perks the 401(a) offers. (Hint the difference could mean $114,000 per year)
Let’s get going.
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