Is your company making the most out of its 401(k)?
When you’ve got a business to run, reviewing your A 401(k) plan is a retirement account that a company sets up on behalf of its employees. Both the participant and the employer can contribute to the account. There are two types of 401(k)s, traditional and Roth. Income invested in traditional 401(k)s isn’t taxed while it’s invested, but is taxed when it’s withdrawn. Income invested in a Roth 401(k) is taxed before it’s invested, but no tax is paid when it is withdrawn. is just one of those tasks that always seems to get pushed to the bottom of the to-do list. But seemingly small fees can have an outsize impact when it comes to investing for retirement. That’s why it’s crucial to make sure your plan is up to par. This special report covers:
- The importance of fund selection
- The effect of fees on performance
- What a plan adviser can do for you
- 6 questions to ask to see if your plan could use a review
Making sure your plan is right for your company—and that it’s not stuffed with overpriced options and hidden fees—is one of the most important things you can do for your employees’ future, and your own. Sign up here to learn more!