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Cross these off your list before 2019 comes to a close. [Read More]
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Cross these off your list before 2019 comes to a close. [Read More]
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If you read last week's column about mentoring young people to save and invest, let me give you some additional points and resources on 401(k)s... [Read More]
Senator Rand Paul, a Republican from Kentucky, is proposing that Americans be able to use retirement funds to pay off student loan debt. The Higher... [Read More]
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Investors who have made their money in stock markets are aware that a stock market crash could wipe out their wealth just as easily as... [Read More]
Have you looked at your 401(k) recently? [Read More]
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Sen. Rand Paul's HELPER Act allows Americans to take up to $5,250 from a 401(k) or IRA tax- and penalty-free each year to pay for... [Read More]
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You have more to lose by not investing. [Read More]
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You have more to lose by not investing. [Read More]
Americans should be able to dip into their 401(k) plans and pretax savings and pay off their college debts, Sen. Rand Paul said Thursday. [Read More]
Senator Rand Paul, R-Ky., said Thursday that his new bill to allow 401(k) withdrawals without penalty for college debt is…... [Read More]
Republican Sen. Rand Paul is introducing federal legislation to allow individuals to take money from their 401(k) to help pay down student loan debt. [Read More]
Senator Rand Paul, R-Ky., said Thursday that his new bill to allow 401(k) withdrawals without penalty for college debt is more likely to pass than... [Read More]
    Vice President Mike Pence. (Getty Images) During an interview with Fox Business Network's Charles Payne on Tuesday, Vice President... [Read More]
These three reasonably achievable factors make this goal more than likely than you think. [Read More]
Paul, a self-described budget deficit hawk, said Republicans can't allow Democrats to own the student debt issue. [Read More]
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You can make regular 401(k) contributions for years and still fall short of your savings goals. One of these mistakes may be the reason why. [Read More]
You can make regular 401(k) contributions for years and still fall short of your savings goals. One of these mistakes may be the reason why. [Read More]
Don't let a downturn throw you off course... [Read More]
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