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You should probably at least do this assuming you don’t have better options with the 401k (which would be rare). From there, decide whether you want to absorb the tax hit now or in retirement in deciding whether to roll the traditional IRA to a Roth.
Maxed out 401(k) every year. The graph below shows how much your 401(k) would be worth if you maxed out your contribution every year. Note: In our scenario, I have our worker contribute the max contribution divided by 12 every month. To make it simple, we’ll invest in VFINX, the Vanguard S&P 500 index fund. Here is how to read this graph.
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I agree with you and continue to max out my 401k as I always have, but I still regularly second-guess whether it makes sense because I’ve got enough saved in my 401k now to have a comfortable retirement at 59.5 if I don’t save another dollar, and all of my money is tied up for old age and can’t be enjoyed today –
Tax-advantaged retirement accounts such as 401(k)s can help, but first you need to know what the 401(k) contribution limits are, and whether you should aim to max them out.. which may well be.
Short term: start maxing out my 401(k). (I’ve maxed out my IRA for the last three years.) long term: financial independence. You have to want it more than you want the thing that’s in front of your.