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Friday, December 31, 2010
If you are not maxing out on your 401k, you have an opportunity to easily put in an additional 2% in 2011 because of the cut in the payroll tax. This advice comes from "Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row." If you are maxing out on your 401k contribution, then you should consider putting it into a Roth or even a taxable account, Jim Blankenship says.
Polls show that the biggest financial regret seniors have is that they didn't save enough.
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