Posts Tagged ‘ 401k investment options ’

Do You make these mistakes in Your 401k

Do You make these mistakes in Your 401k

*** *** For many of us the money we put into our 401k and the money we grow there will be a primary source of funds to see us through our retirement however we may envision it. The more I talk with people about their accounts the more I see common pitfalls that are...
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Think you Can Hit the Right Combination of 401k Investment Choices without Professional Help?

Think you Can Hit the Right Combination of 401k Investment Choices without Professional Help?

You have accumulated your wealth by virtue of talents other than managing an investment portfolio. You have worked hard in your field and have had the presence of mind to put aside money for retirement. Do you have the time and the desire to teach yourself an entirely new professional set of skills? Do...
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Are 401k Advisors being Honest about Buy and Hold?

Are 401k Advisors being Honest about Buy and Hold?

For who is the “Buy and Hold” message directed? The financial industry, particularly in the mutual fund space, has spent millions upon millions of dollars spreading this advertising message. And, in truth, that is all it is ~ an ongoing advertising campaign. How can you tell? Look at
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How Your 401k Options are Impacted by The Philosophy of Your Plan Provider.

How Your 401k Options are Impacted by The Philosophy of Your Plan Provider.

Why should I care about the philosophy of my 401k Plan Provider? The short answer is it will impact your money. Quick point, your  Plan Provider is the investment bank, bank, or financial services firm that provides the investment platform that is your 401k plan. photo © 2009 woodley wonderworks | more info (via:...
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The Risk of a Target Date Fund In Your Retirement Savings Account.

The Risk of a Target Date Fund In Your Retirement Savings Account.

If your 401k plan has been amended to comply with the Pension Protection Act of 2006, which came into effect in January of 2008, you may find yourself as an investor in a Target Date Fund without having made that choice. This product was designed as a one stop shop for employees to prevent...
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