7 Sneaky Things to Do to Your 401(k) if You Want to Be Rich as Hell

Look at you saving up for future you!
[ view in browser.     add cosmopolitan@email.cosmopolitan.com to your address book ]  
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram You Tube Google Plus
7 Sneaky Things to Do to Your 401(k) if You Want to Be Rich as Hell
For most of us, including the early 20s version of me, an introduction to retirement savings happens like this: You get your first big job, HR tells you that you'll be enrolled in a 401(k) program, you say "Great!" and then…you never think about it again. (Okay, fine, you might, but probs not until you're 35.)

Honestly, I do get it—there are few terms less sexy than "retirement account." But there are few things more sexy than being able to buy nice things, travel, and just generally enjoy life after you stop working (i.e., retire). And you can't do any of that without savings, so no matter how old you are rn, it's time to Do More.

Let's start with a lil background...


So, Here's How Will and Kate Feel About Having a Fourth Kid, Apparently
Is Louis going to be big brother someday? 👀 Read On
Hello, Your Weekly Horoscope Is Here
Everything you need to know for the upcoming week. Read On
Hailey Bieber Set the Record Straight About the "Big Rumor" About How Justin Treats Her
"You have to know what the truth is behind everything." Read On
Grimes' 1-Year-Old Son, X Æ A-12, Calls Her by Her First Name Instead of Calling Her Mom
Which is fine because she says she doesn't like the M-word anyway and "can't identify with it." Read On
PSA: Amazon Has Some of the Best Thanksgiving Decor You Can Buy
I'm about to whip out my credit card faster than you can say, "GATHER." Read On
Unsubscribe | Privacy Notice/Notice at Collection


Posts les plus consultés de ce blog

Chris Ramsey can take the heat, but what would relegation for QPR mean for black managers in the Premier League?

Luke from 'Gilmore Girls' is selling out and starting a coffee brand

Sandy Hook Parents Are Criticizing Megyn Kelly For Giving A Platform To ‘Truther’ Alex Jones