Here are some basics to help build a long-term plan for your financial future.
Have you ever wondered what investing really means? It can be defined as “the action or process of investing money for profit or material result.” If you’ve ever driven a new car off the lot, tried to sell a used Jet Ski or traded in a used golf club for a new one, you’ll quickly understand that these actions are the opposite of investing, since they involve an expectation of decreased, not increased, value down the road.
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