Reaching the mid-point of your career isn’t like getting your first high-paying job or the last few years before retirement. Those milestones track closely to age, with the first big job coming in your twenties and retirement happening in your late 50s or early 60s.
The mid-point is different. It lasts a lot longer – potentially over a decade – and it’s as much a mindset as a set of circumstances or financial markers.
Essentially, you’ve gotten over the first hurdles, life is good, but you start to realize that you’re going to be working for at least another decade while you get your kids through college and top up your retirement fund.
This is the first time you think about hiring someone to help you sort out your money for many people. You look at your income and bills and realize there’s a lot leftover even after saving into your 401(k). It... ...
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