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The Mystery of 401(k) Fees and Details You Should Know

Saving for retirement is hard enough, and it takes quite a bit of detailed planning in order to get to where you want to be.For those reasons, it’s critical that anyone using 401(k) plans as a key part of their retirement financial plans has a clear understanding of how much overhead  (read: fees) is associated with the maintenance of their account. Forbes contributor Brian Menickella provides a tutorial on these fees, and offers suggestions on how to manage your account(s). Read his post here…


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  1. My son’s are working and paying into ss, they feel that it won’t be able to get their fair share. I told them don’t believe what the already rich rumor mill puts out there. You shall receive what you earned in this great country we live. In God we trust.

    • Andrew:

      Thank you for your comment. You are correct in citing the rumor mill regarding Social Security’s impending bankruptcy. As you may be aware, Social Security is facing a problem in that it’s ability to fully pay promised benefits is in jeopardy, and the Trust Funds being used to make up the shortfall between incoming cash and outgoing benefits payments are projected to be depleted by 2034 unless corrective legislative action is taken. AMAC is actively working toward a solution to the long-term problem, and has within the past few months crafted “The Social Security Guarantee Act of 2017,” a bipartisan compromise bill merging portions of a bill introduced by Rep. Sam Johnson (R-TX) and a bill introduced by Rep. John Larson (D-CT) with AMAC’s proposals. We are actively seeking sponsorship for this Act, with the firm belief that this is not a self-correcting problem and action is required sooner rather than later. You can learn more about this at Again, thank you for the comment!

      Gerry Hafer, AMAC Foundation

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