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5 More Super Simple Investing Tips

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No other part of the economy is designed for success quite like the stock market. So, what’s keeping you from being a member of the Investing Class? Setting up an investment account is easy, and you can get started today by using our investing tips!

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On this episode of Queer Money® above, we’re sharing our final five tips to super-simple investing. We discuss the benefits of starting an employer-sponsored retirement account and setting up automatic annual contribution increases to invest more and more over time.

We weigh in on the advantages of investing in a custodial or college savings account for your children, leveraging stock market growth to pay for their education and other expenses. Listen in for insight on starting a health savings account to cover medical costs and learn why it’s crucial to assign beneficiaries on all your investing accounts!

Topics covered on investing tips

1. Start an employer-sponsored retirement account

  • Prepare for retirement and reduce tax liability
  • Contribute enough for the maximum employer match
  • Use Blooom to help manage this account

2. Set up automatic annual contribution increases

  • Invest more and more over time without feeling it
  • Prevents from using money on ‘budget creep’

3. Start a health savings account

  • Available to offset high-deductible plans
  • Covers medical needs (e.g.: copays, prescriptions, etc.)

4. Open a custodial or college savings account

  • Leverage stock market growth to pay for education
  • Options include a 529 plan, UTMA or UGMA

5. Assign beneficiaries on all investing accounts

  • Check for accuracy on an annual basis
  • Make clear to the state/court who gets assets

Resources for simple investing

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