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- The Huffington PostJul 30 09:49 AM
Are you one of the many people who don't have a 401( k) at work? Wondering how in the world you're going to save for retirement without one ? Never fear, I have a few suggestions! There are a few really good options for saving for retirement besides the 401( k) Holy Grail. Read on weary retirement saver and you shall find. 1. Traditional IRA or Roth. You can contribute to either one if you do not...
- BloombergJul 29 09:09 PM
Six years of a bull market in U.S. stocks have done great things for many retirement accounts. And that's what worries one of the nation's largest providers of 401(k) retirement savings plans.
- CNN MoneyJul 30 08:03 AM
To live well in retirement, you no longer can rely solely on a company pension plan or Social Security.
- MarketWatch via Yahoo! NewsJul 29 05:21 AM
Investors’ bad habits and blind spots can be bad news for their portfolios.
- The Huffington PostJul 30 03:17 PM
By Paula Pant You've been planning your retirement for decades. Your last day of work is just a few months or years away, and you're ready to sit back and enjoy whatever it is retirement means to you -- traveling, catching up on favorite pastimes with loved ones or maybe simply sitting in your garden enjoying the feeling of not having to wake up to a blaring alarm clock. Or perhaps you're 5 to ...
- MSN MoneyJul 29 10:30 AM
Voya Financial's Retire Ready Index found that a subset of U.S. workers is all too willing to hand over the responsibility of their retirement planning to their employer.
- TheStreet.comJul 29 07:01 AM
NEW YORK (MainStreet) –- When enough financial advisors start saying the same thing at the same time, it's usually a good idea to listen -- especially when they're saying you have no idea what you're doing with your retirement. Voya Financial's Retire Ready Index found that a subset of U.S. workers is all too willing to hand over the responsibility of their retirement planning to their employer...
- Kiplinger.comJul 24 11:21 AM
Most self-employed retirement plans allow only tax-deductible contributions. A solo 401(k) can be more flexible.
- Reuters via Yahoo! FinanceJul 23 08:10 AM
All it usually takes to borrow money from your 401( k) are a few clicks on a website, and a check will arrive a few days later. Workers who take out 401( k) loans risk not having enough saved for retirement because they miss out on growth while the money is borrowed. Internal Revenue Service rules say you can borrow up to $50,000 or 50 percent of the account balance, whichever is greater.
In our opinion: After change to state pension program for public employees, personal contributions to plans slow in ...Deseret NewsJul 30 11:18 PM
Utah revised its pension system for public employees, shifting from a traditional defined benefits approach to one favoring...