Woman Goes Viral For Revealing How She'll Retire With $6M And She's Only 26

Woman Goes Viral For Revealing How She’ll Retire With $6M And She’s Only 26

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A 26-Year-Old woman has garnered attention online after sharing her secrets on how she plans to retire with $6million. The money and investment expert, Tori Dunlap, has racked over one million followers on TikTok due to the clips hinged on managing and benefiting from one’s money. Tori’s bio explains she’s “fighting the patriarchy by making you rich.” 

Tori Dunlap shares how she plans to retire with $6million, including investing in the stock market + time to let the investment grow.

In one of her clips, Tori talked about the plans that would allow her to retire a millionaire, which includes investing in the stock market + time to let the investment grow. Being the founder of Her First $100K, Tori has a passion for financial education as a form of protest and to make conversations about money an inclusive one. 

Being the founder of Her First $100K, Tori has a passion for financial education as a form of protest and plans to make discussions on money an inclusive one.

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The TikToker assured that even though finance is a male-dominated field, there are women investing experts, one of which is herself. Tori debunked two common myths about investing, claiming that it isn’t just for the rich and that one doesn’t have a lot of money before investing. A saying goes that time is money, but Tori has argued that time is important than even money with investing. 

The TikToker assured that even though finance is a male-dominated field, there are women investing experts, one of which is herself.

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According to the money expert, who has a degree in theater and organizational communications, it’s best to invest $50 or $100 now and allow time to work harder for you because of the lovely thing named compound interest. Compound interest, Tori stated, is when an interest gains interest. It turned out, Tori’s background in finance started early, when her parents ensured her of a solid financial education, a thing she now acknowledges is a privilege and grateful for. 

Tori debunked two common myths about investing, claiming that it isn’t just for rich people and that one doesn’t have a lot of money to be invest.

Tori argued time is important than money with investing. 

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In an interview with Buzzfeed, Tori expressed how she felt about TikTok’s reaction to her clip and pointed out that women aren’t only dealing with the wage gap but with investing gap too. “The number one reason women don’t get started is fear, and my account and work are about giving them actionable advice and guidance, so they feel less alone and scared. I joked that investing is no more complicated than climbing stairs – but the first step is five feet high.” Tori said.

According to the money expert, it’s best to invest $50 or $100 now and allow time to work harder for you because of the lovely thing named compound interest.

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Speaking on how to got started, Tori added: “Through a tax-advantaged retirement account, like a 401K Or IRA. Open an account, put money in and then choose your investments. I’m also building an educational platform and community around investing for women, so stay tuned for that!” Tori advised that money journaling is vital before building an emergency fund that should be enough to cover about 3-6 months of expenses. 

“The number one reason women don’t get started is fear, and my account and work are about giving them actionable advice and guidance, so they feel less alone and scared.”

“I recommended keeping this in a high-yield savings account. Finally, start investing! It doesn’t have to be much; even $20 a month is a good start. The key is starting ASAP so that compound interest can work for you. My free money quiz is a great place to start. We figure out your money personality and goals and give you personalized resources to go out and crush them.” Tori explained. How do you find Tori’s advice? Intriguing right?

Tori advised that money journaling is vital before building an emergency fund that should be enough to cover about 3-6 months of expenses before investing.