Hi Vanessa, it's absolutly true that in order to give you personalized financial advise an advisor would need to know more about your specific situation, however based on your question here are my thoughts. You won't owe
Many companies have similier names or the retirement plan is sponsored by the parent company. Check your plans SPD ( Summary Plan Description ) to make sure you enter teh right plan name.
Lastly, if you work for a company
Your goal should be to contribute 10% of your gross income. That's how much you need to save to be able to retire at your normal retirement age. Of course, you'll need to do that for the next 30+ years. If you're older
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