Are you on the road to reaching your full wealth potential? If you’re listening to this financial show, chances are you’re way ahead of the curve when it comes to building wealth. But it never hurts to double-check your progress every once in awhile to make sure you’re continuing to take the right steps to achieve financial independence.
In this week’s episode of The Money Guy Show, we share the wealth-building habits by age that can put you on the path to Millionaire status. Tune in to find out how to dial-in your money mindset in each decade of your life, and what financial matters you should be most focused on as you progress through the years.
Tune in to this week’s installment of The Money Guy Show and find out:
- Where you should be financially in your age group to reach Millionaire status by retirement
- The minimum amount of money you should be saving in each decade of your life
- The wealth-building potential of your money when you save at certain levels in the different stages of life
- The most valuable wealth-building habits when you’re in your 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s
- What can hinder your financial success in each decade
- How to avoid the midlife crisis
- How much money you could accumulate with your savings at the different decades of your life
- What it looks like to be a Prodigious Accumulator of Wealth (PAW)
- What can impact your ability to reach your financial goals that have nothing to do with finance
- The importance of saying, “Thank you” and being generous
Resources and References Mentioned in this Episode
- The Average Salary By Age (SmartAsset according to Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- Why Millionaires Don’t Feel Rich (Study by Spectrem Group, cited by Investopedia)
- The Zombie Effect: How to Avoid the Walking Debt
- The Definition of Wealth: Things to Think About at Every Age & Stage of Life
- The Truth About Keeping Up With The Joneses
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