See how contributing $250 a month to your retirement plan account can grow.
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Years of saving
If you start saving at Age 25 versus Age 30...
That's a difference of more than
in just 5 years.
This example assumes the saver puts $250 into a retirement account each month, with a 7% rate of return for 40 years vs. 35 years.
If you put saving off for one more year you’ll have $3,000 more now...
...at the expense of almost $50,000 LESS* in retirement.
* Participants began saving at 25 & 26 years old.
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Decide how much you can put away each month.
ACTUALLY DO IT.
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*All examples assume a 7% interest rate, compounded 12 times per year; Investor.gov
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