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  2. 2022 Changes to 401(k) Limits and Backdoor Roth IRAs - AOL

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    For tax year 2022, the catch-up contribution limit remains at $6,500. This means workers 50 and older can kick in a maximum of $27,000 to their 401 (k) plans in tax year 2022. Many employers offer ...

  3. What Fidelity Employees' 401(k) Fight Means For Your Retirement

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    More than two dozen employees at retirement-plan provider Fidelity Investments have joined a proposed class-action lawsuit filed earlier this year against their employer over its own 401 (k) plan,...

  4. Haven’t Started Saving for Retirement by Age 40? Here Are 7 ...

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    If you work for a company that offers a 401 (k) plan, that is typically your easiest path to a sizable retirement account. In addition to the tax benefits that these types of accounts provide, most...

  5. 6 types of retirement income that aren’t taxable [Video]

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    A $1 million dollar portfolio in a 401(k) plan or traditional IRA, for example, might be worth $800,000 or less after taxes. ... on your retirement money is to use a Roth account. Both IRA and 401 ...

  6. Should you contribute to a 401(k) over the age of 65? - AOL

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    More and more of our readers are going back to work after retirement because they need the money. Some are offered 401(k) plans by their employers. They wonder whether or not they should ...

  7. The downsides of retirement that nobody talks about - AOL

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    Brett Anderson, president of St. Croix Advisors in Hudson, Wis., said he often hears retirees complain about boredom. "They used to work five days a week, eight to 12 hours a day, and only had 52 ...

  8. Solo 401(k) - Wikipedia

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    A Solo 401 (k) (also known as a Self Employed 401 (k) or Individual 401 (k)) is a 401 (k) qualified retirement plan for Americans that was designed specifically for employers with no full-time employees other than the business owner (s) and their spouse (s).