401(k)

May 21, 2022

Consider investing in your employer-sponsored, tax-advantaged retirement account.

Roth 401(k) vs. Roth IRA

Three reasons to consider contributing to a Roth 401(k), if available.

Is a Reverse Rollover Right for You?

Three scenarios in which a reverse rollover may make sense.

Tracking Down a Lost 401(k)

How to locate missing retirement funds.

Irregular Income? How to Still Save for Retirement

For the millions of workers without the steady income of a 9-to-5 job, here’s how to save for retirement.

How much will you need to retire?

Financial Planning for the Self-Employed

How the self-employed can create a sound financial plan and save for retirement.

Changing Jobs: Should You Roll Over Your 401(k)?

Consider these five strategies for handling an old 401(k).

Divorce After 50: The Impact on Retirement Savings

What to know when going through a late-in-life divorce.

What's the Best Way to Save for Retirement When You Don't Have a 401(k)?

No 401(k)? Don't let that keep you from saving and investing for retirement. There are ways to create your own retirement plan.

Should You Save for Retirement or Pay Off Student Loans?

Many college graduates work to pay off student loans, and as a result, investing can be put on hold—but you don’t have to prioritize one over the other.

Income Too High for a Roth IRA? Try These Alternatives

If you’re interested in contributing to a Roth IRA but your income exceeds IRS limits, you can still save for retirement in a tax-smart way.