Investing outside of work

This Is How We Do It … [Invest That Is]

Here we will walk you through how to start investing outside of work.

“If you don't find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die.”
— Warren Buffett

 A successful young investor should begin to save and invest in a personal account that is not subject to withdraw restrictions like your 401(k) account is. Below, we will walk you through how to choose an account provider, what types of accounts these brokerage firms provide, and what an ideal investment allocation would be for young investors.

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All information included in this page and all pages throughout Young Money, Smart Money is provided for informational and educational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice or a recommendation to invest accordingly. Investing involves risk, including a potential for a loss of principal. Educate yourself about all investments and funds you purchase, including their risks, objectives, and fees and expenses before investing. For additional assistance, please contact us or another financial professional for a more detailed review of your specific situation.

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