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Save and invest all you can. Be realistic. A 5% to 7% return is probable, going forward,” estimated one investor. 2 illustrates the interplay between savings rates and returns, including the 5% to 7% estimated by this investor. The table shows the number of years it takes to accumulate a nest egg equal to ten times your annual salary. 7 years. 6 years. But if returns amount to 5%, you’ll need to save 20% of your income to reach that same target within the same period. If your investment returns are weaker—or stronger—than you anticipate, working with a plan can help you determine whether a midcourse (or later) correction is in order, as the following investors found.

The key is to start saving the extra money before you get accustomed to spending it. Suppose, for example, that a 35-year-old who gets paid every two weeks increases his or her savings by $40 per pay period. Assuming an average annual return of 7%, the $40-per-pay investment will be worth about $100,000 by the time the investor reaches age 65. • Pay down debt. Owing money on credit-card balances or car loans is negative savings. Paying off that debt, especially high-interest creditcard balances, amounts to saving in two ways.

First Things First Just as you must learn to walk before you run, you must save before you can invest. The “What Works” investors made clear that everyone can save more, a claim supported by academic research. Many respondents cited Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, an insurance giant and investment holding company, as the investor they most admire. Long before Buffett was a famed investor, however, he was a prodigious saver. In Buffett: The Making of an American Capitalist, author Roger Lowenstein cataloged Buffett’s youthful business ventures: a paper route, golf-ball sales, a pinballmachine rental company.

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