The most important thing is that you ARE saving money and contributing towards your retirement. Over the long run, the compounding you get will allow you to save a significant nest egg, which will improve your financial
First of all, if you are under 50 years old the most you can contribute cumulatively to a 401(k) plan is $17,500 for 2014 even if you have several jobs that offer you a 401(k). If you are over 50, you can contribute
Congratulations. Not only are you fully employed, but you are getting your own place and you are starting to save for retirement. You give Millennials a good name.
A Roth will be your best bet. Ask any expert
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