We all know that saving money is an important financial goal. In this brief video, Fool contributor Chuck Saletta spells out three of the most important reasons why saving is such a critical part of each and every financial plan. Those key reasons are:
- You have to save for your money to compound for you.
- Having savings gives you flexibility when you need it.
- The more you save, the less you need to save.
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What 20 years of saving/investing can get you
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