Benefits of Investing Early
Big goals require big savings, but you can get there with modest monthly contributions, if you get started now.
The most important lesson about investing is that your money needs time to ride through the ups and downs of the markets to come out ahead in the long run. That's why it's best for big, long-term goals, like helping you save for college or having enough money for a comfortable retirement. The good news is that you don't need to be rich to start investing.
Here are some steps to get started with only a few hundred dollars.
Open a Huntington Checking Account
If you want a basic checking account with no monthly maintenance fee, or an interest-earning checking account, we've got the options that are right for you.
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Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Investing involves risk, including the risk of losing your principal.
† Calculated at long-term historic stock market return rates of 7%, starting with $100, though returns are never guaranteed —there's always risk in investing.