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401k Plans: Which Assets To Invest In


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When considering choices in which to invest money in your 401(k), keep in mind:

  • Investments in a 401(k) should be part of your overall investment strategy. To learn more, see: Investments.
  • Consider the likelihood that you may need funds because of your health condition [both as to amount(s) and timing], as well as the possibility of decreased income and/or increased expenses.
  • 401(k) plans are not appropriate for investments which generate income-tax-free earnings.

Revisit your investments at least once every three months to stay in line with your needs and desires.

If you need help making investment decisions, including how to invest assets in a 401K plan, there are credible sources of advice available which are described below.

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