i mean, i'm pretty good at keeping coin jars.
but really, it's time for me to be a grown-up about this.
dun dun dun, retirement fund!
check out this juicy fact:
if you're 25 (hey, that's me!) and can contribute $5,000 per year (about $400 a month) until retirement (around age 60) and your IRA has an 8% return-on-investment, then you'll have...
say what in the what what?!
someone remind me where the hooverbiebs this useful life information was in high school.
thanks for that, high school.
in any case, i asked the googles for some advice.
and i decided on a Roth IRA instead of a Traditional IRA.
now i will sell some furniture and dig up my coin jars to get it going.
you might think i'm kidding but i'm not.
but you tell me, if you have an IRA,
what's a good place to get one?
fidelity? vanguard? charles schwab?