With financial planning, it’s best to start small; simple changes can have a big positive impact on your finances, your lifestyle, and your future. When you’re young, as Gen X and Gen Y are, it may feel like you’re overloaded with debt. Learning how to minimize what you owe toward your student loans – and how to maximize the funds you do have – is a great first step. It’s never too early to start building healthy financial habits. Your future self will thank you!
- Young people should save their money and involve themselves in their finances.
- Young people should also strive to bring in more money than they need for their expenses and then invest the rest so they can make more money.
- After you’ve maxed out retirement contributions and the like you should strive to save even more money. Life is all about saving money.
“Although everyone’s life is different and no one can force you to do anything you don’t feel is necessary, it can be more helpful than not to plan financially even when you’re young and early in your career.”
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