Changing jobs can be an exciting life event. Maybe you are relocating to a new city, have better benefits, more vacation time, a higher salary, and other perks to enjoy - but what do you do with your 401(k) plan?
You have been working hard throughout your career, putting in long hours, and feel like it is finally time to retire. Then upon checking your 401(k), you realize how little it's grown, even though you've been diligently contributing for years.
Understanding finances and increasing your financial well-being, as well as knowing how to budget your income is an important skill to help navigate your financial future. And, with the 50/30/20 rule, it doesn't have to be overly complicated.
Buying a home is often the biggest purchase people make in their lifetime, and because of stringent down payment and credit score requirements, homeownership can seem unattainable for many. However, for those who have served in the U.S. military, it’s possible to purchase a home with little to no money down using a VA loan.
It’s never too early to start thinking about putting money away for retirement. Today, many people choose to invest in their future by taking advantage of a 401(k) plan - either through their employer's suite of benefit offerings or by going out and purchasing their own.
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More than half of near-retirees (adults aged 50 to 64) are worried a “great deal” about