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How to Roll Over your 401K to an IRA
Thu, 07/19/12 | 7 Comments
How to Roll Over your 401K to an IRA

We just highlighted why you should consolidate your 401K’s into an IRA. Today, we’ll discuss how to actually roll over a 401K into an IRA. It can seem a bit intimidating, but it’s actually quite …

Roth 401K Basics
Mon, 05/23/11 | 38 Comments
Roth 401K Basics

The invest in a Roth IRA or 401K post from last week triggered a number of questions from readers. I wanted to highlight and discuss one of them, in particular.
It comes from reader, Sandi, who …

Invest in a Roth IRA or 401K?
Tue, 05/17/11 | 17 Comments
Invest in a Roth IRA or 401K?

It may seem like common knowledge to some, but the question on whether one should invest in a Roth IRA or a 401K is BY FAR the most common question I get from young professionals …

Does your 401K Match Up Against the Averages?
Mon, 03/7/11 | 48 Comments
Does your 401K Match Up Against the Averages?

Those who have worked at more than one employer in their career have likely come to the realization that employer 401K matching is wildly inconsistent.
I have worked at employers who have matched anywhere from 2% …

Roth 401K Contibution Maximum Contribution & Comparisons to Traditional 401K
Tue, 05/18/10 | 13 Comments
Roth 401K Contibution Maximum Contribution & Comparisons to Traditional 401K

Roth 401K‘s are becoming increasingly popular in the American workplace. My present employer offers the Roth 401K, and before signing up for one, I had a lot of questions about them. In this post, I’ll …

Choosing Between a Traditional 401K and a Roth 401K, Part II: How will my Choice Effect Early Retirement?
Sat, 02/23/08 | 12 Comments
Choosing Between a Traditional 401K and a Roth 401K, Part II: How will my Choice Effect Early Retirement?

In a recent post, The Complete Guide to Choosing Between a Traditional 401K and a Roth 401K, we discussed all of the factors that you should consider when choosing the percentage breakdown between the two …


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