• Nathalie Edeen

IRA or 401(K): Which One Is Better for Me?

Updated: May 24

If you read my blog post last week, I mentioned how saving for retirement early on is important to ensure a financially stable post-career life. So, let’s elaborate on that. When planning for retirement, you might ask, “IRA or 401(k): which one is better for me?


Let’s try to break down the pros and cons of each one and see if you can figure out what might be the best plan for you moving forward!




 


Now, it’s important to remember that just because something has more pros than cons doesn’t make it better. Make sure you choose one that’s best suited for your situation. And remember, if you need any help or have any questions, reach out to me here! I’d be more than happy to help.


 

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