|Posted by Renee Metzler on February 8, 2015 at 11:55 PM|
Remember the days of the piggy bank? Clink went the little coins. It felt so good to save. It was that tangible evidence that money was accruing. Every so often, the piggy bank must be opened and counted. Watching our grown up piggy bank accrue can give us even more satisfaction. Why? Emergency savings, investments, and retirement mean we're on our way to financial freedom.
If saving hasn't been a recent habit, it can easily be picked up. Start with $1,000 of emergency savings in a basic bank savings account. Afterwards, consider investing in a retirment fund, college savings funds (for children), and other investments. Sounds easy, but how can one possibly squeeze savings out of a maxed out budget?
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