When it comes to retirement, our parents and their parents probably were better equipped and knowledgeable about what they wanted to accomplish than most are today. They were focused on it because there weren’t the tools available to them that are available for many of us today.
I thought it might be fun to take a look at some of these basics when it comes to retirement planning and refresh our memory that some of these are just as (if not more) relevant today as they were for our elders.
The bottom line is to start early and stay consistent. With all the options available today, we can learn from our grandparents and use some of the key principles that got them through some rough times. The principles haven’t changed, just the ways to make it happen and the tools.
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