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What You Need to Know About 401(k) Loans

Borrowing from your 401(k) may seem like easy money—but know the pros and cons.

If you’re finding credit hard to get or you don’t have as much equity in your home these days, taking out a loan from your own 401(k) plan may be appealing. 278 more words


Want to Retire Rich? Keep Your 401(k) Choices Simple

If you want to retire comfortably, it’s crucial that you regularly contribute to your 401(k), 403(b), TSP, or other employer-provided retirement plan if one is available to you. 228 more words


401(k) Lump Sums: What You Need to Know

When you’re ready to change jobs or retire, should you take your 401(k) in a lump sum?

In many cases, taking a lump sum is the worst thing you can do. 214 more words


How to Build a $1 Million Retirement Plan

The number of savers with seven-figure workplace retirement plans has doubled over the past two years. Here’s how you can become one of them.

The 401(k) was born in 1981 as an obscure IRS regulation that let workers set aside pretax money to supplement their pensions. 152 more words


The Gov’t Is On The Brink, And Now They’re About To Start Raiding Your Piggy Bank

Do what you can to protect yourself in any future financial crisis, and do it soon.

So we are hitting the debt limit again here in the United States. 142 more words


The IRS has finalized the 1095C

The IRS is using the 1095C to ensure compliance with the affordable care act. They have finalized the form for 2015 reporting. Employers will have to complete the 1095C in 2016. 112 more words

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Invest in US, Divest from Guns #ImUnloading

Gun-free Investing, By the Numbers

Our parent company Philanthrope Internationale and its holdings are committed to socially responsible investing. We are proud to support the #ImUnloading campaign and committed to gun-free investments. 26 more words

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