Simplify, Organize, and Feel Better

Jones, Dan
July 2006
PN;Jul2006, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p24
Trade Publication
The article presents tips on how to save money and how to engage into a long-term investment for people with disabilities in the U.S. In tracking investment, it is better to choose mutual funds over stocks because they are easier to research than individual stock and there is no need to monitor them closely because most are not as volatile. In addition, it suggests to sign up for automatic investment program to authorize employers to deduct money from the paycheck to fund a retirement plan.


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