Top List: Cutting manicures, other monthly costs, means $50,000 or more at retirement
»23 items «
Monthly fees add up. First it's a gym membership for $49 a month, and then comes a Netflix subscription. Deseret News calculated how much consumers could save by foregoing some monthly expenses and instead put them towards a retirement in a traditional IRA. We based the IRA balance number on Bankrate.com's traditional IRA calculator. The figures are for a 30-year-old who makes $50,000 a year, will retire at 65 and receive a 5 percent rate of return on the IRA. Check out other articles on saving and retirement: • No coupons: Secrets to beat rising food costs • Negotiating when to retire can put a strain on marriage •Roughing it: Millennials are finding shelter amid financial fears •Want a big retirement fund? This is how it's done
»23 items «
What You May Have Missed
Most Popular Across Site
- In our opinion: Planned Parenthood should...
- LDS missionaries save apartment complex from...
- Two Utah schools under federal investigation...
- Doug Robinson: It's still Hill's time at BYU
- Morning links: BYU's Emery called one of the...
- Planned Parenthood 'CTR' campaign draws ire
- Big 12 watch: Is BYU the long-term solution?...
- BYU football: Michael Davis embracing his...
- Sarah Silverman: Bernie-or-bust Dems... 49
- Is Bernie Sanders an atheist? 44
- Trump says Russia should find Clinton's... 42
- Obama boosts Clinton: Carry her like... 38
- Clinton wins historic nomination,... 37
- After turmoil, Sanders, Michelle Obama,... 31
- Dems' division, emails roil party on... 28
- Watch live at the Democratic National... 25