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In America the 401K has become the number one way we save for retirement. More than pensions ,savings accounts, IRAs regular investment counts the average person’s balance in their 401ks and all-time high. What do you need to do to get your 401k to a million dollars by the time you retire?

1. Never cash your 401k out. According to research 41% of people between the ages of 20 to 39 are cashing out their 401ks when they leave a job. If you leave a job and take a cash distribution of your 401k you have to pay all interest that’s due and you pay a 10% penalty on top of that.

2. Don’t borrow against your 401K. One in five people borrow against their 401k but what is the real cost of doing so? When we decide to borrow money in our 401k it’s probably not going to be for the reason that’s going to be benefiting our retirement. It’s a sign we are living beyond our means.

3. Roll it over into an IRA. The cost of owning a mutual fund is called the management fee and you pay that every year out on your investments. The funds in your 401k are going to have some of the highest management fees you will find anywhere so when you leave your job you should roll over your 401k into an IRA where you can invest in low-cost index funds which have much lower fees.

4. Invest heavily in stock. If you are young you want to select funds in your 401k that are 100 % and mutual funds or low-cost index funds if they’re available stock market it’s going to proven history of generating wealth for investors who are in it for the long haul.

If you follow those steps invest early invest often you are almost guaranteed to retire with at least a million dollars

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