Dec 8th, 2019
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has introduced a bill that would allow students and parents to make penalty-free withdrawals from retirement funds to pay for college or repay their student loans. Not surprisingly, investment advisors are worried that Rand’s solution to rampant student loan debt may create more financial problems than it solves—especially as retirement rolls … more »
Nov 12th, 2019
Every fall, companies hold their annual open enrollment, a period when you can change health care plans, add other insurance coverage, and sign up for additional benefits your employer offers. You may be tempted to simply choose last year’s options to save time, which is what the vast majority of Americans do. But that doesn’t … more »
Nov 7th, 2019
What are you willing to give up now to save for retirement? Principal asked this question of its retirement plan participants who fall into the “super saver” category — those who saved 90% to 100% of the 402(g) IRS max contributions or had a deferral percentage of 15% or higher in 2018. Find out what … more »
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