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Is 10 Million Enough to Retire?

Can you retire on 10 million dollars? For many Americans, this hefty sum would far exceed retirement needs and may even lead to generational wealth. However, individuals with high incomes often require a larger portfolio to maintain their lifestyle in retirement. Or if you're expecting sudden wealth from stock options…
Kristin McKenna
January 17, 2022
401(k) PlansDiversificationEmployee benefitsFinancial PlanningForbesRetirement PlanningTax planningUpdated for 2021

Net Unrealized Appreciation Rules for Company Stock in a 401(k)

If you have company stock in your 401(k), you may want to consider whether to take advantage of net unrealized appreciation at retirement. Under the net unrealized appreciation rules, employees can roll over the portion of their 401(k) invested in company stock to a brokerage account and pay tax at…
Kristin McKenna
September 13, 2021
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Should I Pay Someone To Manage My 401(k)?

Investors can save over three times as much in a 401(k) compared to an IRA, without even including employer contributions. So, it's little surprise that most Americans rely on employer plans to save for retirement. Given the reliance on 401(k) or 403(b) savings, investors may wonder: should I pay someone…
Kristin McKenna
March 1, 2021