Category Archives: Qualified/Retirement

The 401(K) Doesn’t Need to Be Overhauled

The New York Times recently ran a story titled “Should the 401(k) be Reformed or Replaced?” the author, Steven Greenhouse, seem to cover a litany of topics ranging from the 401(k) history to a new government mandated retirement account without actually discussing personal responsibility.  The 401(k) doesn’t need to be reformed, replaced or overhauled people… Continue Reading

I Can’t Believe I have Been Blogging for 4 Years

On August 5th of 2008 I put up my first post.  I had no idea if anyone would read about my journey, nevertheless care about what was going on in my life, but I wanted to share my thoughts with whoever wanted to read them.  Since putting that first post up I have seen somewhere… Continue Reading

How the New 401(k) Disclosure Fees Are Providing Clarity to my 401(k)…Kind of

Earlier this year the Department of Labor released their final ruling to improve transparency of fees and expenses to workers*.  The approved regulations are set to provide more clarity to 401(k)s and how expenses are being rolled into these plans with or without your knowledge. In all honesty I didn’t give much thought to the… Continue Reading