Even with the fees, 401(k)s can be great for your future. You just have to know how to avoid the pitfalls.
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According to The Principal Financial Well-Being Index, retirement planning is on the rise in America. This news indicates that more American workers are making efforts to plan for retirement. Are you one of them?
While most of us dream of a comfortable retirement, very few invest enough make those dreams a reality - or don’t invest anything at all – due to a lack of money available to do so. There are ways that you can fast-forward your retirement savings, either to make your portfolio larger than it is now, or to even get one started.
Many people wonder which IRA is best suited for them. Should you stick with the Traditional IRA or go ahead with Roth IRA?
While you don’t have to take RMDs when you have a Roth IRA, you do have to take them from Traditional IRA and other non-Roth IRA accounts, as well as from all 401(k) and 403(b) accounts. But, what are they?
One of the more unfortunate ways that many of us delude ourselves is in thinking that we are saving enough money for retirement. Here’s how to save more money for retirement.
Are you properly preparing for retirement? One of the most venerable rules of thumb in the world of financial planning is the 4% rule. But can you rely on it?