401(k) Retirement Accounts

The SECURE Act of 2019: What You Need To Know

 

The SECURE Act of 2019: What You Need To Know

How Retirement Spending Changes With Time

 

Once away from work, your cost of living may rise before it falls.

 

New retirees sometimes worry that they are spending too much, too soon. Should they scale back? Are they at risk of outliving their money?

Keeping All This Volatility in Perspective

Keeping All This Volatility in Perspective

These recent ups & downs are reminiscent of past Wall Street swings.

 

Provided by Eddy and Clayton Shum

 

Fall might be anything but calm on Wall Street. Volatility is back, in a big way: the CBOE VIX has risen more than 105% since the end of July. Additionally, 11 of the 15 trading days ending September 9 were “all or nothing” days in which more than 80% of the S&P 500 moved either higher or lower. In the last 25 years, the index has not had a 15-day period like this.1,2

 

Contrast that with the first 159 trading days of 2015, in which just 13 such days occurred according to Bespoke Investment Group research. In fact, during the first half of 2015 the Dow Jones Industrial Average was never more than 3.5% up or down YTD, on pace for the most placid year in its history.2 

   

Is Your Company’s 401(k) Plan as Good as It Could Be?

In light of a recent SCOTUS ruling, this is a good time to double-check.

Provided by Eddy H. Shum, CFP®, PFS, MBA, CLU, RFC®

Your 401(k) Could Be Worthless - Unless You Act!


It may have been in the newspapers or maybe on TV: the media has presented that 401(k) retirement accounts are essentially worthless. From companies refusing to match contributions to the volatile stock market, they say that your 401(k) can be a money drain. There’s no point in bothering with it. Right?

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