Investing for your future
Retirement sounds like it’s so far away—and it is, if you're planning to work until you're 65 years old.
But what if you want to retire early and travel, start a business, or volunteer? The younger you start saving and investing in your future, the more time your money will have to work for you. If you have the financial means to do these things, it will give you many options and you won't have the feeling that you're tied to your job and you can't quit until you hit retirement age. A lot of adults in their 50s feel this way.
Here's an example of the benefits of saving money early-and how big the pay-off can be.