How much money do you need to start a retirement account?

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How much money do you need to start a retirement account?

Rounding it up

  • Thinking about building a retirement nest egg? Before you commit to any specific strategy, cultivate a savings mindset.

  • By building your savings, you’ll be better equipped to deal with life’s unexpected events and pay off any interest-bearing debt.

  • Once you’ve cleared any debt, it’s finally time to open a retirement savings account. Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs) are a popular and tax-efficient choice.

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Jordan T. Hedberg
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Jordan T. Hedberg

Jordan is a former Broker and current community newspaper Publisher. When he is not researching and exploring the financial world he can be found raising grass-fed beef and goats in the Colorado Wilderness.

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