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When it comes to investing, the earlier you start the better. Compounding works in such a way that your money grows exponentially on itself. If you are in your 20s and want to get a head start on investing, here are a few investing tips for beginners to help you out.

A person who starts investing just a few years earlier could end up with many times more money when it comes time to retire than they would have had if they started later in life.

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