Category Archives: Retirement,401k,Investing

I’m 62 and Retiring Soon. How Should I Structure My Portfolio?

For many people, retiring feels like crossing a finish line. You have spent your working years building wealth, and now it’s time to manage and spend that money. By and large, this is true – your financial perspective will change

The Equivalent of One-Third of My Monthly Retirement Contributions Gets Eaten Up by Fees. Am I Getting Ripped Off?

Paying fees is part of being an investor, as everything from mutual fund investing to a personal financial advisor can cost you. However, it’s also important to periodically review the fees you’re paying to ensure you’re not doing any long-term

Save More in Your 401(k) or IRA in 2024: IRS Announces New Contribution Limits Up to $23,000

Contribution limits for 401(k)s, IRAs and other retirement accounts are going up in 2024.  The IRS, which regulates annual contribution limits on qualified and tax-advantaged retirement accounts, announced the 2024 contribution limits for various plans on Wednesday. A contribution limit