This Simple Move Can Boost Your Savings by Thousands of Dollars | Time by Mark Miller
Last-minute IRA savers and those who keep their money in cash are paying a procrastination penalty.
Individual Retirement Account contributions are getting larger—an encouraging sign of a recovering economy and improved habits among retirement savers.
But there is an “I” in IRA for a reason: investors are in charge of managing their accounts. And recent research by Vanguard finds that many of us are leaving returns on the table due to an all-too-human fault: procrastination in the timing of our contributions.