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Mind of a Millionaire Podcast: You’re Employer Stopped 401(k) Matching, Now What?

Mind of a Millionaire Podcast: You’re Employer Stopped 401(k) Matching, Now What?

| July 28, 2020
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Given the circumstances, several employers have halted their 401(k) matching programs. The question that we’ve received is, “shouldn’t I stop contributing if there is no match?” The answer is no. If you’re simply stopping because of the discontinued match, then no, it is not a good idea to stop making contributions to your employer-sponsored retirement program, and here’s why.

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The best time for long-term investors to contribute is during times of high volatility [0:59]

Save at least 15% of your income [2:09]

Should investors make a move to cash? [3:07]

Are bonds too risky given low interest rates? [5:40]

“Income investors don’t have to be bond investors” [7:19]

 

Thank you for listening. If you have any questions regarding your specific situation, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (303) 261-8015 or visit www.denverwealthmanagement.com.

 

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