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Title:
Keys to investing in your 401(k)
Author:
Boroson, Warren.
Personal Author:
Edition:
Second edition.
Publication Information:
Hauppauge, N.Y. : Barron's Educational Series, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
171 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
Subject Term:
ISBN:
9780764112980
Format :
Book

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Table of Contents

1. Mistakes with 401(k) Plansp. 1
2. The Case for 401(k) Plansp. 8
3. What the Terms Meanp. 12
4. Varieties of Retirement Plansp. 16
5. 401(k) Plans vs. Traditional IRAsp. 19
6. 401(k) Plans vs. Roth IRAsp. 22
7. How Typical Is Your 401(k) Plan?p. 24
8. How Good Is Your 401(k) Plan?p. 26
9. The Perfect 401(k) Planp. 31
10. What Big Companies Offerp. 34
11. The Downside of 401(k) Plansp. 37
12. What People Actually Dop. 41
13. Types of 401(k) Investorsp. 43
14. Why You Should Start Youngp. 45
15. How Much to Contributep. 48
16. How Much You Will Needp. 52
17. 401(k)s vs. Private Portfoliop. 56
18. What to Invest Inp. 60
19. Risk Tolerancep. 63
20. The Importance of Diversificationp. 66
21. Stocksp. 71
22. Bear Marketsp. 75
23. Company Stockp. 77
24. Fixed-Income Vehiclesp. 79
25. Mutual Fundsp. 84
26. Cash and Cash Equivalentsp. 88
27. Fund Familiesp. 91
28. Stock Fundsp. 92
29. Balanced Fundsp. 94
30. Foreign Stock Fundsp. 96
31. Index Fundsp. 99
32. Fixed-Income Fundsp. 102
33. Guaranteed Investment Contractsp. 104
34. Life-Cycle Fundsp. 107
35. Which Funds to Buyp. 109
36. Setting Up a Portfoliop. 111
37. Asset Allocationp. 112
38. The Style Boxp. 115
39. Morningstar's Own 401(k) Planp. 118
40. Conservative Modelsp. 121
41. Aggressive Modelsp. 124
42. Comparing Two Modelsp. 127
43. Asset Allocation with Fundsp. 130
44. Rebalancingp. 132
45. Dollar-Cost Averagingp. 135
46. Modest Market-Timingp. 138
47. When to Sell a Fundp. 140
48. Cashing In Your 401(k)p. 142
49. What to Do If You Change Jobsp. 146
50. What to Do with Company Stockp. 148
51. Borrowing from Your 401(k)p. 150
52. In Case of Hardshipp. 153
53. Getting Helpp. 154
54. Online Helpp. 156
55. The History of 401(k) Plansp. 158
Questions and Answersp. 160
Glossaryp. 165
Indexp. 171

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