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#RetirementSavingsSo I was born in 1987 ... which means I'm just about half way between the age of a 401(k) and a Roth IRA 🤯. It is not surprising that a lot of people new to the stock market are not exactly clear as to what these are and how they differ from an individual brokerage account like Public. What you need to hear is that both the Employer 401(k) and Roth IRA are wealth hacks and allowSee more
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