What’s the most important investment you can make now?

Posted by Time on Thursday, February 25, 2019 01:39:59 This article is an opinion article by Time staff writer Jeff Bercovici.

The following is a transcript of the article:What’s the best investment to make now, if you can’t wait until retirement?

I’m not sure that I’m ever going to be able to buy something that I can’t afford, so if I can make the best of what I have at the moment and just wait and see, that would be really great.

And I think that would make the world a much better place.

The fact that the S&P 500 is currently down almost 60% year-to-date is a very, very good sign.

And the fact that it’s down at all is an incredibly encouraging sign.

I would definitely like to have a higher retirement income than I currently have.

It’s really a good sign that we’re in this phase of the recovery, that things are moving at a good pace, and that the economy is getting better.

The S&amps 500 is down more than 60% since it peaked in late 2016, and investors are starting to think about retirement.

The index has fallen more than 20% since the beginning of 2018.

The S&ams annualized returns since late 2017 have been down a whopping 77% and 52% respectively.

So that’s an enormous sign.

Now, there are some people out there who have this vision of retirement where they’re going to retire at 80 or 90, and then they’re just going to take the money and spend it on their own.

So, I don’t think that’s necessarily the right course of action for everybody.

It could be a great time to save, but I’m going to have to work for that money in order to be rich, because I don’ t want to get stuck with the money when I have no other way to spend it.

I don’t know what’s going to happen when it comes to the S.&amp.;P 500, but that’s a very good indicator of how well the economy’s doing.

There’s a lot of good news out there right now, but it’s not good news for the people who have been losing their jobs or the people with 401k investments.

You have people like me who are in a position where we’re working for a retirement income that’s going up, and there are other people in their late 40s and early 50s who are not able to save much at all, and they’re in the middle.

So I’m sure there are a lot more people who are just looking at their retirement and saying, “I don’ want to put a lot into that.”

But they’re also going to put in a lot.

So, what’s the difference between a 401k investment and a 401(k) portfolio?

You could put all of your 401(ks) into a 401K, and if you make a lot, you can actually get to $1 million a year.

But I think the 401(kk) is going to make you better off, because you’re going put more of your money into a fund that has a higher return than a traditional 401(q) or a traditional pension plan.

It will make you wealthier, and the retirement account is going do a better job of helping you live longer, because it doesn’t have that much overhead.

And so you have this opportunity to put that money into something that you can spend it for yourself or invest it for your future.

That’s going, I think, to make the most of what you have at your disposal.

And the way it works is, you take a lump sum, and you divide it by your age to get the maximum you can get from your plan.

If you’re in your late 30s or early 40s, then you have the highest savings, and what you get is an indexed annuity, which is a lump-sum payment that you receive for life.

So if you’re an individual who’s 65 or older, it’s a $1,000 a year payment that’s actually going to cover your whole life.

And if you have a couple of hundred thousand dollars in a 401 plan, that’s $2,000.

So you get a very generous tax benefit over time.

And then you put the money into your 401k.

So you’re basically paying $20,000 into your retirement account, and when you’re 65, you’ll be able get to the maximum amount of money that you’re supposed to be saving.

And once you hit age 70, you’re getting a $3,000 payment.

So there’s a pretty good match.

And in a way, this is kind of the next step in getting the money out of your accounts, because as soon as you hit the $3 million, you have $2.3 million in the 401k account.

And that’s not just for the life of your plan, because if