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You can contribute to both a Roth 401(k) and IRA, but putting the max in your 401(k) first can keep things simple.
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Millennials value freedom and flexibility. Fortunately, today's retirement saving vehicles can offer them both.
Do you have unclaimed money in a 401k from a previous job? You can recover it. Learn how to track down an old or lost 401(k).
In this episode of our Personal Finance 101 series, we break down what exactly a 401(k) is, and what you need to think about when you sign up for or contribute to one.
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The end of the year is a great time for a portfolio review—and to evaluate your overall approach to saving and investing. Consider these six tax-smart steps now.
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The IRS-mandated maximum 401(k) contributions could leave you short. To find out if you’re on target, do the math!
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Is borrowing from your 401(k) the best approach when buying your first home?
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We break down which retirement accounts—IRAs or 401(k)s— may be right for you.
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Graduation brings new freedoms but also new responsibilities—especially when it comes to money. Are you ready?
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Bipartisan retirement savings legislation currently moving through Congress stands a real chance at becoming law this year.
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