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Asked by Crystal
Answered by Charlie Donaldson
MBA in Newark, DE
Crystal, great question. If you left the employer, you would just need to transfer the money into a traditional IRA that would accept new contributions. If your new ...
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Asked by an anonymous user
Answered by Steve Stanganelli
CFP®, CRPC® in Amesbury, MA
Because you have a whole lot of moving pieces, I strongly suggest that you consider consulting with a planner, preferably a fiduciary like a CFP(r) professional and so...
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Asked by Kamie
Answered by John Cole
Insurance Agent in Indian Trail, NC
Why settle for a 6% return when you can get a 400% return ?
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Answered by Saving in WI
Sarah, Do not put your money in a whole life policy (cash-value), use any other means of investing. Use roth IRA, IRA, roth 401k, 403b, etc... Whole life policies a...
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Asked by Ron
Answered by Gregg Himfar
Financial Adviser in Carlsbad, CA
You'll certainly have a tough time retiring on 4% with a 25 year time frame. Why? Your real rate of return is closer to 2.5% after you factor in inflation. With suc...
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Asked by Heather
Answered by Dennis Gibb
Financial Adviser in Redmond, WA
Hi Heather, There are a number of options open to you. First are the IRAs ( traditional, Roth, SEP). The traditional and the SEP allow you to contribute money which...
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