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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.
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Congress is getting back to work after a six-week recess. Here’s a look at Washington issues that could affect investors.
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).
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Generating an acceptable level of income solely from dividends and interest isn’t realistic for many investors. Consider using your whole portfolio to generate returns from a range of sources, including interest, dividends and growth.
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IRAs may offer tax benefits but breaking the rules can have severe consequences for your savings. Here's how to avoid some common IRA tax pitfalls.
Here’s how much savings you should have on hand in order to reach your goal.
Strategies for investing as a couple—and as individuals—are key to achieving your collective goals.
What to do in the years leading up to the big day.
If you’re in your 20s, or even older, now is the perfect time to start saving for retirement—even if it seems far away.
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