Retirement Planning

How to Master Your 401k in Your 60s

By GOBankingRates.com

Once you hit your 60s, your priority should be focused on transitioning to retirement. In terms of your 401k, planning an exit strategy is a key focus during these years. You should have eight times your annual salary saved for retirement by age 60, and 10 times your salary saved by age 67, according to Fidelity.… Read Full Story

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