You can save $500,000 for retirement while making $35,000 per year, but you should start investing as young as possible. Here's a breakdown of how much of your salary you'll need to invest. Watch this 2 min video for a quick breakdown.
Published Friday, 9/17/21, 2:29 PM EST | Updated Friday, 9/17/21, 2:39 PM EST
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