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  2. ADP Expands HR to Smartphones - AOL

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    Users may view statements from up to five previous pay periods, toggling between net pay and gross pay year-to-date, and check in on their 401(k) allocations, distribution percentages, account ...

  3. Retirement: These Seniors Must Begin Taking Required Minimum ...

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    Most Americans who turned 72 during the last six months of 2021 must begin receiving payments from Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs), 401(k)s and similar retirement plans by April 1.

  4. Planning To Retire in 2021? Here’s What You Need To Know

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    “In 2021, the catch-up contribution amount for 401 (k), 403 (b) and some governmental 457 plans is $6,500, which brings the total contribution limit up to $26,000 for these individuals. The...

  5. 12 workplace perks your wallet will love - AOL

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    The standard company retirement plan nowadays is a 401 (k). Although these are funded largely by workers, some firms make an automatic contribution to the fund as part of a compensation package....

  6. The Downsides of Retirement That Nobody Talks About

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    If you’ve saved most of your money in a tax-deferred retirement account such as a 401 (k), you will have to pay taxes on your withdrawals at your regular income-tax rate. So if you need, say,...

  7. How Joe Biden’s Presidency Has Affected Retirement After One ...

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    You Can Contribute More Money to Some Retirement Plans If you have a 401k plan, you can contribute $1,000 more to it this year than last, up from $19,500 to $20,500. The catch-up contribution...

  8. Financial Planning for College Graduates: 11 Steps to Take Now

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    But the earlier you start saving for retirement, the better off you’ll be. Thanks to the power of compound interest, a 22-year old who saves $200 a month at a growth rate of 6% will have...