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Asked by Kate
Answered by Hosh Weekes, Financial Adviser in Hampton, VA
That's a great question, Katie; with more complexity than a lot of people might realize. Hopefully, I can give you some general guidance to get you started. So the "be...
Answered by Dave Bradley, Investment Manager (Financial Advisor) in North Charleston, SC
Hi Eric, There are a multitude of methods to address this. First let's determine if you are an investor or a speculator (gambler)? To do this we use a 3-legge...
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Asked by mark
Answered by Robert (Bob) Shoff, Financial Adviser in Marshfield, MA
It depends on the company that manages your 401(k), but there are usually loan options available with no tax.
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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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Great question. By "max out" I am assuming you are contributing the full $18,000 per year if you are under 50yo. One way to get funds to a Roth IRA is through th...
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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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