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Latest Blog Posts

The Basics of the 401(k)

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Most often, the first question a prospective employee will ask is about your company’s benefit program. And in my experience, the two most often-asked questions are about health insurance and an employer- sponsored retirement program. Let’s examine the most common employer-sponsored retirement program that exists today – the 401(k) plan.

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401(k)s: Preferred Choice for Retirement Savings

401k preferred choice for retirement savings

An attractive benefit plan can play a fundamental role in recruiting and retaining qualified staff. And, when trying to save for the future, a 401(k) retirement savings plan can help employees attain their retirement objectives on a tax-advantaged basis. Named for the section of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) that created it, a 401(k) plan may be one of the most popular and valuable fringe benefits available. Although the technical aspects of 401(k)s can be complex, the advantages can be far-reaching, including the following:

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Back to Work....for 3 Weeks?

Buckeye Wealth ETF

ETF Global Daily Perspectives
“There are decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks where decades happen.” – Vladimir Lenin

After alternating between gains and losses, stocks ended the holiday-shortened week on a positive note driven by a stopgap deal to end the government shutdown for three weeks. To begin the week, waning global growth was the prevailing market concern and weighed on market sentiment.

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