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Retirement Calculator: 401(k) Review

How is Your 401(k) Doing?

How Can I Get The Most From My 401(k)?

If your not already asking yourself this question, you should be!

A 401(k) account available through your employer is one of the best methods for building retirement savings. There are two key advantages. First, any contributions made to your 401(k) now are tax-deferred, so each year’s total taxable income will be lower. Second, some employers provide 401(k) match programs where they contribute to your 401(k) account. Depending on the program, employer contributions can range from 0% to 100% of your contributions.

There are also proven strategies to get the most out of your 401(k) that you can take advantage of now.   Learn how to get the most from your 401(k) so you maximize savings now for more retirement income later.

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It’s never been more important than now to mitigate market risk, devise a tax reduction game plan, and learn strategies for the most retirement income.  If you’re interested in paying less or possibly no tax, increasing retirement income, and never running out of money in retirement, make sure to attend the next live IFW Retirement Roadmap Webinar.  It’s FREE & happens every Wednesday at 7 PM EST.   Get all your retirement questions answered during the live Q & A.  Every attendee also has the opportunity to receive their own FREE customized retirement roadmap.  REGISTER FREE NOW!

 

The IFW provides valuable financial education, resources, and services that help people live their best life. 

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The Institute of Financial Wellness believes when it comes to financial decisions; never say “Never” never say “Always”…It Depends.

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