Your future is built on contributions you make today, and something I can’t emphasize enough is that it’s never too early to plan for later. That’s why I aim to teach millennials the different options when it comes to planning, saving, and being smart with their money.
Of course, it’s unlikely that a company would offer a premium savings plan to temporary, seasonal, or even part-time employees; this is where some young adults assume they’re out of luck. They’re wrong! Tons of options are out there for young, low-income employees (even if they’re working solely to supplement their summertime shenanigans). There’s an array of ways to contribute the money you make as a young adult into a savings account.
Young adults don’t always understand the necessity of a strong financial foundation at their age, and I’m here to tell them a rainy day fund won’t necessarily cut it for retirement. Although a summertime retail job might not be part the of long-term career goal, all income earned is an opportunity for the future. Whether that opportunity comes in the form of a little extra cash from a tax return, an IRA, or an investment—I want to teach millennials all of their options.
As a financial advisor, my job is simple: I help get more money into my clients’ pockets. No matter how old you are or what your current financial situation is, I want to help you gain better control of your finances. Call 702-515-4025 for a free consultation.