In some (rare) positive retirement news, Wells Fargo’s 2016 retirement study found that the average 401(k) balance is at a new high – $92,000. So, with Americans looking to improve their financial futures and steering more dollars into their retirement accounts, how should they be investing these additional funds? In aggressive stock plans? Conservative bond funds? Low-cost index funds? To see what financial advisers are recommending retirement savers do with their 401(k) surpluses, CLICK HERE.
Retirement Account Balances Are Up – What Should You Do With Those Additional Dollars?
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