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Saving money has numerous benefits, but the most important one is peace of mind. You are in charge of your money, not some rich guy who can squander it away on a whim or force you to spend it on things you don’t want.
However, as a bonus, the money saved from avoiding interest payments will also grow over time. If an individual invested $5 at an interest rate of 5% after 10 years they would have approximately $4 more than someone that didn’t invest anything! That extra cash could buy you lunch for decades to come!
That’s just on a small scale. If you have more to invest (or even a group of people) and spread your investments over several years, the compounded interest will get exponentially quickly.
You’ll be able to reach goals that you couldn’t otherwise and may even save up for that expensive summer vacation you wanted!
Benefits for Your Family :
Saving money may not seem like something that directly affects your family, but it will help everyone in the long run. A lot of families are struggling financially because they don’t have the money to buy food or pay their bills (or both).
With a little bit of planning, you could be a stable base for your family, providing them with shelter and food while also giving them access to the basics.
Saving money isn’t just about yourself, it’s about the future and protecting your family!
Benefits for Our Future:
We live in an uncertain world – very uncertain. It’s never been easier to make an investment and see that investment grows at an exponential rate, but it is a high-risk strategy. There are far more failures than successes when making these investments.
Ultimately, the only thing we can count on is that inflation will make both investments and their value dwindle over time. That’s okay though because the returns are still high enough that it’s worth it to take that risk!
If everyone started investing now at even a low level – as little as $5 a month – our future would be laid out in front of us right now! And, if there was any way you could help it grow even bigger, I’d say you’re doing something right. The more people that start investing now and then pass on that knowledge to their children and grandchildren, the faster humanity can move up.
You may even be able to save enough money that every one of your great-grandchildren is rich – just imagine that!