Age 35: Have two times your salary saved

Age 40: Have three times your salary saved

Age 45: Have four times your salary saved

The formula continues up until age 67, at which it suggests you have 10 times your salary saved. Although Bach states that “it’s a generic formula,” it may be used as a good starting point to determine how much money you should set aside throughout your career.

“If you’re looking at these charts and it’s depressing you… here’s what I can tell you: It’s never too late to start investing and the best time to start is now,” says Bach. “We’ve seen many people who look at these charts at 50 and have zero in savings—maybe they’ve gone through a divorce or they’ve lost a job or a business or the recession forced them to take a step back. Well, now you’ve just got to get back up and get going again.”

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