Personal finance guru Suze Orman joined HuffPost Live on Tuesday to to impart her financial wisdom, including breaking down why a Roth 401(k) trumps a regular 401(k).
"In a Roth 401(k) ... you pay taxes on it now, you invest it, it grows tax-free," Orman said. "Later on in life, when you go to take it out, you're not going to have to pay a penny of taxes on it."
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