How to save for retirement without employer-sponsored 401(k) - CNBC

Saving for retirement can be daunting, especially without an employer-sponsored plan. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 28 percent of workers in both the private and public sectors did not have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan. So, what are the options? Financial experts encourage those individuals who don’t have an employer-sponsored 401(k) to open a Roth individual retirement account. Carmen Reinicke explains how workers can save for retirement without an employer-sponsored plan. Read Ms. Reinicke’s article here…

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