Retirement planning: Is your Roth 401(k) wrecking your saving
“Invest your money now, and never pay taxes on your earnings.” Sounds pretty tempting, doesn’t it? But if you contribute just enough to get your employer match, and you can’t set aside any more, you might want to think twice before signing up for a Roth 401(k). When looking into retirement planning, you’ve probably heard many times you must contribute enough to get the full employer match when it comes to your 401(k). If you don’t contribute enough to get the match, you are leaving money on the table. But let’s face it, sometimes money is tight, and you might not be able to contribute enough to get the match…Read More
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