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  2. How Fidelity Could Reform the 401(k) Plan System, but Won't

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    According to Fidelity Investments, withdrawals from 401(k) plans are on the rise. This is a troublesome sign. The average 401(k) plan balance at the end of the second quarter of this year was a ...

  3. The Best Place to Save for Retirement

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    Earlier, Fidelity's 401(k) survey had painted a dreary picture of the state of retirement savings, finding that the average workplace retirement plan balance was just $77,300.

  4. What It Takes To Save $1 Million for Retirement

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    A recent Fidelity Investments analysis of 401k participants who have salaries below $150,000 per year but $1 million or more in their accounts revealed that they save an average of 14% of their ...

  5. What it takes to save $1 million for retirement

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    Fidelity Investments found that those with more than $1 million in their 401(k) accounts had more than 70 percent of their assets invested in equities. How to Save $1 Million Starting at Age 25

  6. Remote Work and Other Job Benefits You Shouldn't Overlook

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    Employer-sponsored retirement plans — through benefit plans like a pension or contribution plans like a 401(k), 403(b), 457(b), or Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) — make it easy to save for retirement.

  7. Why It’s Harder To Save for Retirement Today Than 50 Years Ago

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    Defined contribution plans such as 401(k) accounts are now more common and require workers, as the name suggests, to contribute their own money to retirement savings. ... according to Fidelity ...

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