Is It Possible to Save too Much for Retirement?

You want to take full advantage of your tax-advantaged accounts like a 401k or Traditional IRA to minimize how much hard-earned money you must give up. However, some people may be hesitant to contribute more to their retirement accounts because they expect high fees to access their money before 59.5 years old. You may be leaving significant earnings potential on the table by doing so, but some would rather the freedom to access their money without worrying about fees.

This brings me to the question, would we ever regret contributing too much to our tax-advantaged retirement accounts, and what strategies exist to access the money earlier?

Why it is Important to Continue Investing in a Downturn

Read my disclaimer here. When you consider the potential for a future recession, how does it make you feel? Does the expected dip in your 401k keep you up at night, or are you prepared to continue investing to boost your retirement savings for the long run? Going into March 2020, I was thankful forContinue reading “Why it is Important to Continue Investing in a Downturn”

Debt, House Down Payment, or 401k – How Should I Prioritize for Long Term Growth?

When I first graduated from college, I landed a good job that gave me the ability to afford costly student loan payments that, at the time, felt like a mortgage on it’s own. Like many other college grads, I found myself owing close to 6 figures after graduation, and was determined to rid myself ofContinue reading “Debt, House Down Payment, or 401k – How Should I Prioritize for Long Term Growth?”