How Often Should You Check Your 401k?

The quick answer is more often than checking the oil in your lawn mower (seven years for me - still going strong) and less often than your email. Workers saving in 401k’s are notorious for having a “set it and...

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3 Ways to Free Up Cash to Save for Retirement

Whether you’re saving for the down payment on a new home or stashing money for your retirement, you’ll need a hefty sum. As it stands, the average home goes for around $340,000, which means a down payment of as much...

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3 Ways to Live the Retired Lifestyle Long Before Your 401K Matures

Being smart about how you build your 401K is always a good idea. Not only are there the obvious long-term benefits of being financially secure even after you retire, but there are also lots of great short-term benefits of putting...

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3 Ways to Be a Scrappy Entrepreneur and Still Save for Retirement

As a long-time entrepreneur myself, it’s shocking to hear that a whopping 34% of small business owners have no retirement savings plan in place. While the reasons for not having a retirement savings plan often varied widely for these busy...

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HSAs: 3 Cheers for Triple Tax Savings

Here at blooom, we're huge fans of HSAs, or Health Savings Accounts. No really. We think they're the best thing since employer matches. While the annual contribution limits may be small—$3,500 if you have self-coverage only or $7,000 for families...

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