It's really hard for me to know because we have always been self-employed, we have never had a 401K. I know several who did have up until 2008-09 and it either just went away because of how their company invested their money or they had to get into it to save themselves. I am not sure that people who are financially secure really understand how the average American has been affected by the economic downturn. Some of the advice I hear is, well..., just ridiculous. Hope your 401K is working for you.
by BONNIELOUHAYES 8 years ago
I GOT FIRED AND WANTED TO KNOW WHAT I SHOULD DO WITH MY 401 NOW
by auto expert 9 years ago
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by Swati Chandiramani 5 years ago
Are 401 views in 3 days good enough ??I'm new here and curious..
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