Is it safe to look at your 401k?


Published: March 28,2010

Tags: 401(k), finance, retirement

Since stocks hit bottom a year ago, the red ink is finally fading on the typical 401(k) account. It is safe to look at your statement again. Balances for baby boomers who have worked 10 to 20 years at the same company are now down less than 3 percent on average, compared with pre-crash levels. […]

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