I’ve proven to myself time and time again that I don’t get in there and analyze investment options and direct where contributions are going to go more than the initial selection… I’m not active in keeping up with what funds/options are best on any regular basis. Does the 401k match/max Roth/max 401k advice still hold true in this case? Are there Roth’s more suited to “inactive” participants?
- How much of your net-worth do you feel comfortable having in your primary residence?
- My sibling defaulted on student loans and now my parents owe $60k, destroying their plans of retirement.
- Personal Finance Educational Channels for Poland/Eastern Europe
- still in undergrad – should I start paying my loans?
- I have just over 1,500 saved up