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Save 1% More This year – Your Future Self Will Thank You!




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Like so many other things, practicing financial awareness has few payoffs in the early stages.  Think about exercising, eating right, putting in the extra effort at work, or taking a class to improve your skills.  All of these things have a future payoff for the extra effort that you put into it today.  Small steps matter in all of these areas, and before you know it you’ll look back and thank your earlier self for putting in the work to get where you are today.

Below is the list of my fellow bloggers who have written articles showing ways that you can start to increase your savings rate, as well as showing what the benefits can be.  Thanks to everyone who has participated so far – and watch for more articles in the weeks to come!

How Much is 1% by Sterling Raskie, @SterlingRaskie

Retire Rich With Only 1 Percent More Savings by Steve Doster, @dosterfinancial

One Percent for the One Percent? Think About Your Future Self Instead by Ken Weingarten, @KenWeingarten

The 1% Mindset – Transformation Beyond Money by Neal Frankle, @NealFrankle

Are You Part of The 1%? by Financial Fiduciaries, @FinFiduciaries

What’s the Worst Thing That Could Happen? by Dana Anspach, @moneyover55

Save just one percent more by Doug Nordman, @TheMilitaryGuid

1% a Small Number with Big Implications by Roger Wohlner, @rwohlner

The Journey of $1 Million Dollars Begins with 1% by Richard Feight, @RFeight

Give Yourself A Raise by Ben Rugg, @BRRCPA

The 1 Percent Solution by John Davis, @MentorCapitalMg

Friday Financial Tidbit-What increasing your retirement contributions 1% can do for your retirement account by Jonathan White, @JWFinCoaching

THE 1% MORE BLOGGING PROJECT by Robert Flach, @rdftaxpro

A Simple Strategy to Maximize Open Enrollment by Jacob Kuebler, @Jakekuebler

Take a Small Step: Increase Your Savings by 1% by Jim Blankenship, @BlankenshipFP

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