Bewildering number of choices often result in wrong retirement decisions
You’ve probably already noticed the extensive number of 401(k) investment choices and the number of Medicare Part D options you have available to you. The problem is, having so many choices available is often so bewildering that people make the wrong decision, or at least neglect to do the homework needed to figure out which one is best. This Motley Fool article at foxbusiness.com explores the problem and suggests how to simply the process of selecting the option which is best for you. Click here to read more.
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