Max Out Where It Pays
This week, you can
• Start a matching 401(k) at work, if possible
• Know the difference between 401(k) plans
I HAD DEAR FRIENDS WHO SKILLFULLY planned for the financial aspects of their retirement. They sold their big house and got a much smaller one in the country. It took about a year to get the new home up to their standards. The last year in their old home was filled with downsizing activities. One day the work was finished. The new house was perfect. The old one had been sold and all possessions that didn’t make the move had new owners. And then a funny thing happened: boredom set in. My friends never gave a thought to what their retirement years would be filled with! They couldn’t really volunteer because ...