“It’s never too late to retire early”

22 Jan 2021 | When is the best time to retire?

The Never Too Late Investor

“It’s never too late to retire early”

Should you ditch your workplace retirement plan?

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It may sound counterintuitive, but stashing funds in your workplace retirement plan could actually make it more challenging for you to retire. Some workplace plans are great, while others are costly and inflexible. And some plans might be great for individual employees — just not you.

So how do you know if your workplace plan is worth contributing to?

The right solution ultimately depends on your workplace retirement plan, financial solution, and long-term goals. These things can change from year to year, so remember to set aside some time annually to look over your options and decide where you’d like to place your retirement savings.

This is what no one is telling you about Biden’s new plan

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What No One is Telling You

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President Joe Biden made headlines recently announcing his new $1.9 Trillion stimulus plan.
But whether you receive a stimulus check… extended unemployment benefits… or new tax credits… as the plan proposes…
Or if your business will have to pay a higher minimum wage or expand paid leave (also part of the plan)…
There’s one other MAJOR way Biden’s new plan will affect you and your money.

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Gordon Fox


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Gordon Fox is the editor of investinglate.com and writes about Investments, Savings, and how to make the most of your money