3 Surprising Downsides to Investing in Your 401(k)

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3 Surprising Downsides to Investing in Your 401(k)

Having the option of investing in a 401(k) plan is a blessing for many people; in the short term, you get to lower your taxable income and save money on taxes, and in the long term, you put yourself in a position to live financially comfortably in retirement. Whoever your plan provider is will give you the investment options you can choose from. Options vary by plan, but you can generally expect to see those.

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