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A 401k is the best thing for every employee looking to retire at a decent age. My employer's 401k is raising a ton of money for retirement and I am securing my future with my family as we speak. The good news is that I don't have to be all that involved at the moment, because my employer handles it for the most part. However, I am being encouraged to make larger contributions than I have been doing, which means I need to budget a little more now for the sake of my future.
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A 401k savings plan is a great way to save for retirement. It can allow you to save a portion of your pay before taxes are taken out  (subject to federal limits). Some companies, like mine, can match portion of your savings dollar-for-dollar, up to a certain percentage, (4 percent with my own employer). This can be a reasonably painless way to save since a small amount of  your salary can be deducted each pay period to where the dollars may be of little notice. To top things off, you don’t  have to pay taxes on this money while ...
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Personally I am not satisfied with my 401k plan. I guess it's enough to retire but when I do it looks like I'm really going to have to budget. I don't want to be stressed out during my retirement and I am concerned about that. I trusted the funds that the company chooses for most people and I think that was a mistake. Advice I was taking from co-workers was also pretty worthless. I'm not sure what to do with my 401k, but there has got to be a solution. I might try contributing more and mixing things up ...
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As a former Delta Airlines employee I can attest to the fact that their 401k plan is phenomenal. I am now thoroughly enjoying my retirement. I have a ton of assets and I'm continuing to earn money during my retirement from all my assets. I can buy most of what I want, my wife and I get to eat at fancy dinners sometimes and we can afford to pay all our bills. I couldn't ask for anything more.
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My 401k from working at UPS has served my retirement well.  Much of the assets in my 401k are in Fidelity stocks and bonds. I've made a lot of money for retirement and have been able to make plenty of contributions of my own. The plan also feature plenty of Index funds as well. My employer has it all figured out well but I'm still learning a lot about it as I go on. So far I'm very satisfied with my experience.
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I first became a client of Fidelity in the same way that most people do- my work supplied retirement plan. I have stayed with them because I like that I have the option for $4.95 self-directed trades or paying $29.95 when I work with a broker. The majority of my investments are in my 401K but I do also have a smaller account that I use for trading. While I do conduct the bulk of my trades, there are more than a couple of instances where I prefer to work with a broker advisor to execute the trades. I ...
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