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The New Commonsense Guide to Your 401(k): Rebuilding Your Portfolio from the Bottom Up
Since the credit crash, investors have been searching for answersas 401(k) accounts have suffered unprecedented declines. Not onlyhave markets been tumultuous but new regulations and concernsregarding hidden fees have been introduced to an already opaquearea of investing.
Despite the severe economic retreat in 2008-2009, one thinghasn't changed: 401(k) accounts—because of their taxbenefits—are still the best way for most people to invest forretirement. Mary Rowland breaks down how they work, why they'restill a smart investment, how to keep an eye out for hidden fees,and why now is the time to start reinvesting in yourretirement.
As the former personal finance columnist for the Sunday NewYork Times and the author of three books on investing, MaryRowland has extensive experience covering the issues that 401(k)investors face when they consider how to best prepare forretirement.