How do people who save 20% or more of their incomes for retirement – so-called retirement “super savers” – manage to do it? New research provides a big part of the answer, identifying “the single biggest difference between what super savers spent less on, as compared to the rest of us” – something super savers spend just 14% of their incomes on compared to 23% for non-super-savers. What is this critical difference in spending that allows super savers to save so much more for retirement? CLICK HERE.
How are so-called “super savers” – people who save 20% or more of their incomes – able to be super savers? New research has identified “the single biggest difference between what super savers spend less on, as compared to the rest of us” – something super savers spend just 14% of their incomes on compared to 23% for non-super-savers. To find out what this critical thing super savers do differently in terms of spending is, CLICK HERE.
“If you’re like most people, you have less than $75,000 saved for retirement. Yet, you keep hearing that you need upward of $1 million to make it through your retirement years. Just where is that million bucks going to come from?” Today’s article outlines the stories “of 3 super-savers – people who have saved more than double the national average of account balances for people of their age.” From a low-income accountant with a knack for budgeting to an entrepreneur who automates “just about everything” to an information technology support staffer who uses a crock pot as one of his retirement saving tools, CLICK HERE to see what can be learned from these 3 retirement super-savers.