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Dd714205 Macro Economics December 12 2000 401k Programs and Strategies This article offers a solid approach to building a 401k portfolio in sixty minutes or less While this is a very short time to spend to setup a retirement plan it seems to be very affective There are many ways to go about building your retirement plan this is the most common at the present time Setting up a 401k plan is laid out in detail in this article it is broken down into easy steps that can be followed buy the uneducated investor The first steps are to get the information from youre employer depending on your employer the plan options may vary Most plans consist of many investment options such as high and low cap stocks bonds money market accounts and international stocks In most cases your plan will offer all if not more of those options After getting the information from your employer you need to decide how much risk you want to take The amount of risk most commonly depends on the individuals financial goals After deciding how you want to invest you need to decide how you want to allocate your funds The allocation of funds is were most people having the most difficulty The reason for the agony is there are lots of choices and little help in deciding where you want your money to go This article has a great deal of information on narrowing down your choices Much of the help you can get is on the 401k plan providers web sites there are automatic eliminating functions which will help you narrow down your options This is the most difficult part of setting up your own 401k plan after this you are home free Reading this article inspired me to finally sift through my 401k plan and set it up although I am not a wall street broker I do have some knowledge
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