By a landslide, the 401(k) retirement savings account is the most common savings vehicle for most folks. It’s accessible at most companies and has tax advantages that will encourage you to save, including a Roth 401(k) option. The more progressive companies require people to “opt out” instead of “into” the 401(k) plan being offered. Pretty cool, eh? (said with a strong northern Michigan accent). So, how does one take advantage of this option to save? When can you take the money out? Should you roll it over when you retire? Why do some advisors dislike the 401(k) option?
We’re pretty sure this show will be one that you won’t want to miss! You’ve been saving, so learn how to be a bit more clever when you do.