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Answered by Dave Bradley
Investment Manager (Financial Advisor) in North Charleston, SC
Hi anonymous, Higher income is not indicative of higher taxes. What is your compound annual growth rate (CAGR) on the maxed out 401(k)? Is it meeting your lifesty...
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Asked by ruben5702
Answered by Michael Zaino
President & CEO, TZG Financial in Charlotte, NC
Such a tough question to answer, as how much is ever "enough"? Many factors come into play. What types of retirement vehicles have you used to amass your nest egg? ...
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Answered by Jose Sanchez
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Absolutely! Generally, you can leave it in the same fund as long as you can find the fund and fund family at the custodian (financial institution) where your IRA Roll...
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Answered by Lars Larsen
Financial Adviser in Burlingame, CA
You might find numbers floating around out there with how much you should have saved at a certain age. While that may be helpful as a guide, the reality is that everyo...
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Answered by MoneyTips Writing Staff
Financial Adviser in Los Angeles, CA
The easiest way to locate your 401(k) is by contacting your old employers or the plan administrator.
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