In preparing for retirement, money is saved to cover future living expenses, healthcare costs, and other regular expenses to allow older Americans to maintain their standard of living without relying on employment income.
Getting into the White House was the first step, but President Biden’s proposed 401(k) changes must still be considered and approved through the legislative and regulatory processes before the changes could become law. This could take a while.
While the idea of stepping out of the workforce early might sound appealing, there are some downsides to retiring in your 30s, 40s or even 20s.
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If you carry unpaid credit card debt, you might be used to ignoring calls from creditors, pulling the wool over your eyes, and simply hoping they will eventually disappear. And unfortunately, when the calls do stop coming, it’s not necessarily good news: in many cases, it is likely because the creditors have sued you to…