Have you prepared for a financially secure future? If you haven’t started getting yourself ready for your financial future, then this is the time to start. You need to begin planning regardless of how young or old you are. The more you are able to financially get ready right now, the better off you will be financially down the road. Your results might be even better if you start early, perhaps even while you are a young adult. However, if you are older, it’s still important to start planning because some investment now is better than none. The quicker you can begin your preparations and investment opportunities, the better. Regardless of how young or old you might be, take the time to consider the benefits of acquiring a solo 401k right now.
For many men and women, retirement plans or pensions are available to employee’s that work for an organization. Many organizations offer their employees retirement plans and benefits, to ensure that their employees can plan for their future retirement. These retirement plans, offered to employees, are extremely important, and each and every employee must take advantage of them in every single way. Unfortunately, numerous employees will pass on the benefits because they don’t think it’s that important. Nevertheless, if you work for yourself, how will you have the ability to participate in a retirement plan without an employer to supply it? Is it possible for self-employed people to financially plan for their pension? If you are in this kind of a situation, or you have not taken advantage of a business benefits option before, it’s time to begin looking forward to the future. If you wish to be financially prepared, it might be time for you to start investing in a solo 401k.
Why is it extremely important to get started on contributing to a 401k plan ahead of time? You have probably already learned, through fundamental math, a few simple math formulas that apply. In reality, a 401k plan is a simple matter of addition; the earlier you start putting money into your portfolio, the greater you will be able to save up for your future. When your account is earning some type of interest, the longer the money is in the account, the speedier it will grow. To put it differently, the more you consistently add to your balance, the greater it will be in a position to increase. This can absolutely serve to help you out later on when you are ready and planning to retire.
So what happens if you don’t get started on contributing to your 401k? Actually, the only individual you will be hurting by not contributing to your plan is yourself. Without investing your money toward your future, you’ll not earn interest on money that’s not there. This can make a significant difference once you begin needing the money. Those few dollars of interest will add up quickly over the years. Without a retirement pension waiting on you when it is time for you to cease working, you will find yourself in a tough position to be able to afford to live.
As you think about these essential facts, it only makes sense to begin investing in a solo 401k the instant you possibly can. Time flies by, and before long, it will be time to retire, and you want to be ready for it. So make sure you sign up for an individual 401k plan right away to get started on preparing for your financial future.
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Tim Kasher, with his bands Cursive and The Good Life or as a solo artist, has continuously pushed musical boundaries over his career, which has produced 17 LPs and EPs over 20 years. His fearless attitude is easily evident: hes known for switching up sounds between his bands or his solo work (even switching up sounds on each projects albums), crafting intricate concept albums (two of which Cursives 2003 LP The Ugly Organ and 2012 LP I Am Gemini featured play-like stage directions), and transforming songs originally conceived as a soundtrack for his self-penned screenplay into a standalone album (The Good Lifes 2007 release Help Wanted Nights).Kashers forthcoming third solo album No Resolution (which will also be the first release from 15 Passenger, the new label founded and run by Cursive) is no exception, delivering what is arguably his most ambitious and intrepid work to date.No Resolution is the natural continuation of Tim Kashers constantly evolving body of work. It is his most cinematic creation, a moving and cathartic collection of soundscapes that feels more like a suite of movements than a standard pop album, complete with instrumental breaks conjoining the nine songs. Fittingly, the 15 pieces will be featured in Kashers directorial debut film of the same name, which he also wrote, to be released later this year. Across the albums strong story the characters an engaged couple on the brink of a break up grapple with the specific and the broad, including the restlessness of adulthood and smothering external pressures; relationships in various states of transition and the walls built within them; distrust, indecision, and despair; and the existential anxiety that drives a deep need to leave a mark on the world.Filled with lush arrangements, No Resolution is some of the most beautiful and finely orchestral music from Kasher, yet it is also his most subdued and understated work. The string arrangements that dominate the album dont simply hang in the background or accent the pretty melodies, they move the songs forward and force out the melodies as guitars do in traditional hard rock music. There is also a warm sophistication to No Resolution, with its fluid vibraphone tones, and also exhibits Kashers deft pop hand, with sudden horn blasts and dynamic shifts.Kasher recorded the album at The Hobby Shop (with Andrew mudrock Murdock) and at home in Los Angeles, CA, the Shape Shoppe in Chicago, IL (with Nick Broste), and at ARC Studios in Omaha, NE (with Ben Brodin), with additional arrangements by Patrick Newbery (Cursive, Oquoa) and percussion arrangements by Dylan Ryan (Sand, Rainbow Arabia).