401k retirement plans began almost by accident in 1978. Yet today for many of us 401k plans play an important part of our retirement plans. According to the Investment Company Institute as of March 2019 there were $5.7 trillion invested in
A 401k retirement plan like every investment requires proper planning and management. That includes
understanding 401k word definitions, determining investments and selection of plan beneficiaries.
Who you choose to be a beneficiary is often an afterthought. We don’t plan on dying any time soon so who we select as a beneficiary is probably just academic. But there are a number of good reasons to choose carefully. Let’s examine some common questions about the subject.
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Rick Pendykoski is the owner of Self Directed Retirement Plans LLC, a retirement planning company based in Goodyear, AZ. He has over three decades of experience working with investments and retirement planning, and over the last ten years has turned his focus to self-directed ira accounts and alternative investments. If you need help and guidance with traditional or alternative investments, call him today (866) 639-0066.