401(k)

Things might not be as bad as they look.
You're pumped for your new gig, but aren't you forgetting something?
He's set in motion a process to kill a common-sense rule that would keep financial advisers from siphoning off money from their clients.
Here are my top suggestions for starting the year on a good note when it comes to saving for retirement: Be mindful of company
2 These amounts may be increased in future years for cost-of-living adjustments. Your company may have a maximum match as
The retirement planning stressors we hear about from young women include the impact of time spent out of the workforce, financial
2. Start an emergency fund Accidentally outspending your checking account is easy, and the accompanying fees can be a budget
Plus, if your company matches your contributions, you should definitely take advantage of it. Let's say it matches up to
By Kevin Voigt Kevin Voigt is a staff writer at NerdWallet, a personal finance website. Email: Kevin@nerdwallet.com. Twitter
Save enough to get the full employer match. One of the biggest advantages of saving in a 401(k) is that many companies offer
Over half of workers don't even realize that investing in their retirement plan comes at a cost, according to nonprofit The National Association of Retirement Plan Participants. Of those who do, only a quarter understand how the fees they're paying are calculated.
Vanguard recently published an analysis that showed an all-stock portfolio had an average annual return of 10.1% between
(1) 2016 Retirement Confidence Survey conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, March 2016 For more updates, follow
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A recent study by the Pew Charitable Trusts found that 30 million Americans are not offered access to a retirement savings plan through work.
One advantage of a retirement plan over the IRAs is that you do not have to combine any multiple plans you may have. You
Leaving a 401(k) with a former employer is the easy route There's a lot to think about, but it's well worth the effort. Making