A key part of establishing and maintaining financial freedom is having a job you love that provides you with an income that allows you to have the lifestyle you want while still saving and investing for the future.
But what if you don’t have that job right now? What if you find yourself dead-ended in a position with no real opportunities for advancement and increased income? What if you followed all of my tips from Episode 66 on asking for a raise, but didn’t get one?
If that’s the case, then you need to move on to a new position elsewhere. That’s why in this episode of the podcast I talk about what you need to know to look for and secure a better job with a better future!
When it comes to investing for retirement, the earlier you start the better. People that start in their 20s, rather than their 30s, or even 40s, give their money more time to grow and therefore give themselves the best chance at financial freedom.
No one knows personal finance for 20-somethings like Broke Millennial Erin Lowry, a writer, speaker, and blogger that I had on the show in Episode 70. She is returning in this episode to talk about her crusade to get us thinking about “investing for retirement,” not “saving for retirement,” and to make a big announcement!