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Answer #1 | 29/07 2015 08:36
Fill out paperwork with your employer to have more withheld, if you're not already at the max allowed. Or invest in something with a higher return.
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Answer #2 | 27/07 2015 22:43
Your question is kind of vague, so if you are below the age, I suggest moving it over to an IRA or a Roth. 401K has tons of fees, they don't even have to tell you the fees that's how many and how bad the fees are on an 401K. The difference between an IRA and a Roth is one is taxed when the money goes in and the other is taxed when you pull the money out. If above the age, enjoy your retirement. :)
Positive: 50 %
Answer #3 | 27/07 2015 22:33
Then perhaps you don't actually understand how a 401(k) works? That's "pre-tax" money in there, with the tax deferred until you are 59-and-a-half years old....the only ways to get it is to either wait until you ARE 59-and-a-half, or quit your job and cash it out (though that will cost you a 10% penalty PLUS Income tax at the effective rate you would pay if the entire sum was earnings for this year.....so you stand to lose half or more of that money if you take it now.... Not a smart move.
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Answer #4 | 27/07 2015 23:21
Looking to do something you will regret.
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Answer #5 | 28/07 2015 01:11
"Get into"?
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Answer #6 | 28/07 2015 14:06
get into, meaning withdraw? there are stiff penalties of 10% for withdrawal if you are under age 59 1/2 ; all the rules are on irs.gov. you will be taxed on the withdrawal out of your 401k regardless of your age.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #7 | 27/07 2015 15:33
Then perhaps you don't actually understand how a 401(k) works? That's "pre-tax" money in there, with the tax deferred until you are 59-and-a-half years old....the only ways to get it is to either wait until you ARE 59-and-a-half, or quit your job and cash it out (though that will cost you a 10% penalty PLUS Income tax at the effective rate you would pay if the entire sum was earnings for this year.....so you stand to lose half or more of that money if you take it now.... Not a smart move.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #8 | 29/07 2015 01:36
Fill out paperwork with your employer to have more withheld, if you're not already at the max allowed. Or invest in something with a higher return.
Positive: 50 %
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Answer #11 | 27/07 2015 15:43
Your question is kind of vague, so if you are below the age, I suggest moving it over to an IRA or a Roth. 401K has tons of fees, they don't even have to tell you the fees that's how many and how bad the fees are on an 401K. The difference between an IRA and a Roth is one is taxed when the money goes in and the other is taxed when you pull the money out. If above the age, enjoy your retirement. :)
Positive: 50 %
Answer #12 | 27/07 2015 18:11
"Get into"?
Positive: 50 %
Answer #13 | 28/07 2015 07:06
get into, meaning withdraw? there are stiff penalties of 10% for withdrawal if you are under age 59 1/2 ; all the rules are on irs.gov. you will be taxed on the withdrawal out of your 401k regardless of your age.
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Answer #14 | 27/07 2015 16:21
Looking to do something you will regret.
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