Category: 401K

How Do 401(k) Rollovers Work?

May 11, 2017 / 10:13 am

How Do 401(k) Rollovers Work?

It should go without saying that your 401(k) is important. Aside from the fact that you’re counting on it for a substantial portion of your retirement fund, you may have spent decades building it. You’ve most likely made sacrifices to ensure that your 401(k) will be set the day you call on it. This is why you need to understand …

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How to Build Wealth in Your 30’s

March 21, 2017 / 10:28 am

  Your 30s are a critical time for a number of reasons. One of these is that your 30s will set the tone for the rest of your financial life. By the time you hit 30, you should have an established career in place. You then want to build on it to ensure you sustain an increasing salary as time …

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4 Ways to Get Started on Retirement Planning

February 28, 2017 / 2:16 pm

    Someday, you’re not going to work anymore. Hopefully, it’s because you’ve decided to retire. Other people aren’t so fortunate. They didn’t plan ahead and they’ll drop out of the workforce for other reasons. Whatever the case, you won’t have that steady paycheck coming in to pay for things like food, medical bills, and the roof over your head, …

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To Retire OR Not to Retire – The impact of your 401(k).

January 31, 2017 / 6:40 am

Decisions surrounding retirement can impact the rest of your life, and the sooner you get started planning for retirement, the better. Here are three questions to ask yourself sooner, rather than later, for the sake of your 401(k). Have I really taken advantage of my 401(k) match? Many do not realize the full benefit of taking advantage of matching contributions. …

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Have you maximized your 401(k) today?

January 12, 2017 / 7:06 am

As with any pension plan, to have a sound 401(k) it is important to seek reliable advice and avoid some of the pitfalls that many investors fall into. Below are two common mistakes that can really cost you:   Not establishing a mandatory savings goal for each month of retirement.   Do you know what the maximum allowable 401(k) contribution …

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