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The purpose of a 401(k) is to provide retirement income, so the last thing you ever want to do is access that money while you're still working. But if times get tough and you grow desperate for cash, you might be tempted to tap that account early and access the money that's technically yours.
You're interviewing for a new job, and you ask whether the company offers a retirement account. The employer says yes, and you move on to other topics. When you accept the job, you enroll in the retirement account and begin making contributions, but later on, you're disappointed by your savings.
Social Security provides a guaranteed source of income in retirement, but what many don't realize is that you're not guaranteed to keep it all. Some retirees owe taxes on their Social Security benefits, but it all depends on your income. Here's a closer look at how your retirement fund withdrawals play into all of this.
Retirement will come, the question is will you be ready? The choices you make about your contributions and investments are up to you. Here is why it is essential to jump start your savings so you can retire well.
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Designate or update your beneficiar(ies) today

Nothing says ‘I love you’ more than asking your loved one to be my bene this Valentine’s Day. Bene is Latin for good or well. Do something good for them. When you designate or update your financial beneficiary, the one who will receive your assets after you pass on, you are essentially giving the beneficial gift of well being and that is priceless.

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