This is a great question. Too many people don’t pay that much attention to the details of their 401(k) investments, especially when it comes to fees. That ends up costing them money in the end. To get a sense of
You are wise to consider the tax implications before withdrawing 401(k) assets! Far too many people try to fix it after the fact.
I'd like to clarify a few facts: (1) your husband is separating/separated from service
I'm sure you'll get several opinions on this question. Without knowing your exact situation, but only general information here are some thoughts...
I think you should buy insurance to transfer the risk of pre-mature death
Information is provided 'as is' and solely for informational purposes, not for investment purposes or advice.
BrightScope is not a fiduciary under ERISA. BrightScope is not endorsed by or affiliated with FINRA.