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4 Ways PowerWallet Can Help Gen Y

by on April 30, 2012

1. Start saving for retirement NOW – The earlier you want to retire, the earlier you should start planning and saving. If you start saving and monitoring your retirement investments in your 20’s, chances are you will be financially secure in 30 to 40 years.  Use PowerWallet to access all of your retirement accounts from one simple and easy-to-read dashboard.

2. Learn how to properly manage your money while you’re young – Now is the time, if you haven’t already done so, to start learning the best practices of managing your finances.  If you want to be financially savvy enough to buy a house or make a big financial purchase in a few years, now is the time to train yourself. With PowerWallet, it’s easy to plan and manage your spending so you are always living within your means.

3. Use your tech-savvy skills to improve your wealth – Everyone in their 20’s has gone through life with Facebook and Twitter – with all your tech-savvy capabilities, do something that will truly help something other than your social skills. If you can maneuver through Facebook and use Pinterest, sign up for PowerWallet and start managing your finances easier and on-the-go. A new PowerWallet application will be available for tablets amd Smartphones this summer.

4. Start managing and building your credit – With PowerWallet, register all of your bank, credit card and services accounts in one easy-to-use and secure place.  See what charges you made from month to month, know when your bills are due and build your credit while you are young! PowerWallet can help you achieve your financial goals and the best part – it’s FREE to use!

Make sure to check back here at the PowerBlog for other helpful personal finance tips and advice from the PowerWallet team!

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