Your company retirement plan is a valuable part of your overall financial plan. Are you making the most out of what your plan has to offer?
Many employers are now offering self-directed brokerage accounts (SDBAs) within their 401(k) and 403(b) plans. Many people don’t know if they have a self-directed option or how to best utilize it. This article from CNBC discusses a few ways to make the most of a self-directed brokerage account within your qualified retirement plan. An independent financial advisor may also have programs to help you make the most of this great and frequently underutilized employee benefit.
CNBC Article: Here’s how to capitalize on a self-directed brokerage account within your 401(k) plan.
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