401k

Using a 401k plan to sweeten your retirement savings

A 401k through your employer may be the most effective tool in your investment arsenal for saving efficiently for retirement. Employers often match contributions, effectively giving you free money for retirement as an incentive to make contributions. We have the latest information on 401k programs and how you can use your plan to get on the right road to retirement. If you need more information on saving effectively for retirement or want a dedicated how-to guide for using 401k programs to you advantage, please visit Consolidated Credit’s Debt-Free Retirement Guide.

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