As another new year begins, you likely have goals to better yourself and your family. In light of an unpredictable economy, however, you also should set retirement goals. While resources may occasionally be tight, there is no reason why you should be caught off guard when it’s time to retire. Follow these five simple resolutions [...]
What happens when you make after tax contributions to a 401(k) plan and you now need the money? Can you withdraw just the after tax contributions and not pay any tax? Or, will the IRS require you to withdraw the funds in a proportionate way, based on the total amount in the plan?