You should consider liquidity. Once you put money into the house it is very difficult to get it out. That is why you see all the Reverse Mortgage advertisements on TV.
If you are concerned about the risk inside your 401(k)
Hi Amani! Good recommendations from Helen and Urban already. It seems you have a lot of irons in the fire for such a young age! Yes, your best bet is to speak with a fee-only planner and look at a comprehensive plan that
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