Start early and pay yourself first.
Growing your money is about having the discipline to save regularly, investing in a solution which meets your reward and risk expectations, and allowing time for the magic of compound interest to work for you.
By saving even a small amount every month and allowing your savings enough time to grow, you'll be surprised how quickly your money can grow.
If you save $375 a month over a 45-year career, with a 6% return and the power of compounding returns, you could have $1 million by the time you retire.*
To help with the discipline of saving, you can pay yourself first.
Whenever you have earnings, the first thing you should do is take a percentage for you and your savings. For example, every time you get paid you could take 5% of your pay and invest it.