If a 401(k) plan is offered to you, it is important to understand how to make the most of this benefit. Especially if you find yourself in a position where you are mentally ready and anxious to retire. Read to find out 5 common 401(k) mistakes… and what to do instead.
If you’ve chosen to help your children with their college education, you know what it feels like when every semester, that tuition bill comes. It has you counting down the days until… no more college tuition checks! Finally! But what do you do in life after the final check is paid? If you’re looking forward to breaking free, here are 5 tips to consider.
As a nurse, you come home from working your 3rd 12-hour shift in a row. You’re tired. You feel like you haven’t sat down in days. The shift never slowed down. When you finally get home, the last thing on your mind is planning for your retirement.
The more proactive you are with your retirement, the better off you’ll be. Read 5 easy steps to get your retirement planning started…. you’ll thank yourself later!
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