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The 401(K) Dilemma: How Managers Can Attract More Employees to Join by Cathy Howley
... The earlier you start saving, the healthier your pension plan will be at retirement. - Get the picture? Yes, why not use more of them to sell the key benefits of being part of your companyís 401(k) plan. No one wants to read line after line of dull financial text. Make the benefits animate and come to life in bold type. The Pension Research Council at the Wharton School concluded that "the largest effect on participant contribution rates comes from raising the concentration of materials ...

Retire Rich with Retirement Planning Calculator by Vichuda Asavamongkolpan
... So this is the real beginning to our retirement planning and that is to start saving early. As you start to think of the saving, we then begin doing our calculation such as how much money do we really need during our retirement years. As we are living longer, we need at least 20 years of income to cover our expenses, With working life gone out and having only free time to do whatever we want to do, we may then have to think of how should we live our retirement life when we stop having ...

Does Your Financial Plan Belong in a Cartoon? by Neal Frankle
... If you delay taping your retirement accounts, you give them a greater opportunity to grow, and you reduce the time they have to produce income for you. Itís a double win! 2.Use a defensive strategy when it comes to investing. Realize what Wile E. Coyote never seemed to: What goes up must come down. According to 60 years of research, a bear market comes along every 3.3 years and the average loss exceeds 27 percent. It wonít take many of these bear markets to get you off the golf course and ...

The Tax Payer as Gilligan by Kemberly Wardlaw
... Remember early 1979 through late 1981 when inflation rates hovered around 10 percent to almost 15 percent. According to the same BLS inflation calculator, $1000 in 1979 now has the same buying power as $2641.87 in 2005. It is arguably the uncertainty of inflation that causes the most damage. Preparing for increases in the cost of living is an important aspect to financial planning. Your financial planner can assist you in reviewing inflation trends, introducing inflation adjusted estimates ...

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