By: Special to the RBJ Todd Etshman June 7, 2021
If you maxed out your employer sponsored 401(k) retirement plan, congratulations, you’re doing the right thing retirement and financial planning experts say. You saved for retirement, didn’t have to pay taxes on that money, got matching employer contributions and could borrow money from it if you had to depending on the plan. That means you put up to the current maximum of $19,500 into retirement savings. …
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