By | Washika Shiundu | www.money254.co.ke
Investing might not top your priorities when fresh out of college and into your first job. You’re probably planning for big purchases, a vacation, or even starting a family.
But whatever your goal is, they all have something in common — a need for money. The surest way to achieve these goals is through saving and investing early. Although it may seem daunting, you’re never too young to invest.
Warren Buffet started investing when he was 10. By age 30, he had a net worth of $1 million (Ksh120.4 million as per the current exchange rates). Although not everyone can start investing at such an early age, your 20s and 30s are the best time to invest.
If you’re still in doubt, here are five reasons why it’s better to start now.