Monthly Archives: September 2013

Financial Advisor Can Help You Part-2

Investments, as we all know, are a topsy-turvy ride and hence, a delicate balancing act. The humble individual investors are in a fix. When the recent markets have displayed fluctuations, it reinforces the complexity of crafting a holistic and diversified strategy to consider your comfort level and your financial goals. An advisor begins by helping you examine your investing style ...

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What is 401(k)?

The 401(k) takes its name from subsection 401(k) of the Internal Revenue Code. It cropped up in the 1980s as an appendage to pensions.  A 401(k) is a retirement savings plan and is sponsored by an employer. The workers can save and invest a part of their paycheck before giving the taxes. Taxes need not be paid before the withdrawal of the money from ...

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