An Investing Road Map for Early Career Accumulators
Tips on getting the most bang for your investment dollars when you're just starting out.
Editor's note: This article originally ran on Feb. 9, 2021.
Because they're just starting out, early career accumulators--loosely defined as people in their 20s and 30s--don't typically have much in the way of financial capital (unless they're technology savants or supermodels, that is). Not only are their earnings often low relative to where they'll be in the future, but new college grads may also be digesting college debt.