Pay Yourself First
WHY YOU SHOULD PAY YOURSELF FIRST
Pay Yourself First is an important financial concept because sometimes it is difficult to realize that saving money is essential. Especially when you feel you are not earning enough to put some money away. We will show you why it is worth putting money away now and pay yourself first even with a very modest income.
If you earned Twenty-five thousand dollars a year for 40 years you will have earned One Million dollars.
If you earned Thirty-five thousand dollars a year for 40 years you will have earned One Million Four hundred thousand dollars.
If you had earned Forty-five thousand dollars for 40 years you will have earned One Million Eight hundred thousand dollars.
PAY YOURSELF FIRST AND SAVE FOR A COMFORTABLE RETIREMENT
If you just save $100 a month for 40 years
At an interest rate of 3%, you would have about $93,000
At an interest rate of 6%, you would have about $153,240
At an interest rate of 9%, you would have about $472,000
That is why it is so important to pay yourself first and start doing it today!
CONTACT AN EXPERT ASSOCIATE
Our licensed financial services associates can assist you in creating a complete investment portfolio to meet your investment goals. It’s as easy as reaching out to us by email or telephone. Experior Financial Associates utilize the traditional investment tools along with the latest investment planning techniques to create investments that work for you, and get your dollars to reach their maximum potential. Your Associate will ensure that you will also Pay Yourself First!
They use our proprietary software to help
you to know how much you need to put away every month to retire the way you
Meet with an Experior Financial associate today, and you will be well on your way
to meet all your financial needs and goals.
If you find this overwhelming, an Experior Associate can get you on the right financial pathway to securing your income, paying down debt, and reaching all your retirement and financial goals.
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