Your 401(k) match may have some strings attached
Jamie Patrick Hopkins
The American College New York Life Center for Retirement Income
It’s well-worn advice that employees should always invest as much as necessary to get their employer’s match in a 401(k) plan — after all, it is free money.
While this is true, there are strings attached to the money.
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