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Just starting out or thinking about a second career? Many decisions lie ahead.

Building a foundation for retirement

It takes time to build up your savings, including savings for retirement. Luckily, if you start now, it may feel less daunting down the road.

Roth or traditional 401(k): Which is right for you?

Understanding how these contribution types are taxed can help you decide between them.

More than salary: Tips for evaluating a job offer

Here are some tips for taking a comprehensive look at a job offer.
Putting money into your
401(k) account through automatic paycheck deductions can make investing for retirement seem effortless. But don't let the fact that it's easy lull you into thinking that you're all set.
Before you make your decision to take a loan from your 401(k) plan, take time to review the potential benefits and drawbacks.
There's no hard and fast rule for how much of your salary you should put into
your 401(k). In general, you should always consider contributing as much as possible, depending on your specific financial circumstances.

Tips for making smart benefits choices at work

Use this guide to help you make important money decisions about your health coverage for 2020.
Learn about Target Date Funds and if they may make sense for you.

Six simple steps to jump start retirement savings

Explore ways to help ensure that you'll have the income you need for your future.
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