5 Infographics for 401(k) Investing and Retirement Saving
Even someone who writes about finances and the financial industry can admit that reading about finances can be a little boring at times. But luckily there is a relatively new “medium” that can help make reading about finance a little more digestible and enjoyable, it is the infographic
are simply data visualizations that present complex information quickly and clearly.
To get started, we have assembled five infographics* that do a great job of breaking down common retirement questions, terms and ideas.
Courtesy of the Mint Life blog, this infographic gives the history of the 401(k) and also provides a look at the mechanics behind a 401(k).
401kRollover.com provides a great breakdown of the different options available when rolling over your 401(k), including tips and stats to help you understand the process.
from MoneyNing compares a traditional 401(
k) to the Roth 401(
k) option while examining how much money you may need during retirement.
From Ally Bank, this infographic examines current trends in retirement planning and examines the growth of IRAs in retirement plans.
Mercer offers up a comparison of U.S. retirement with other countries across the globe.
Do you have any infographics
you refer to for retirement or financial planning? Let us know in the comment section or on our Facebook page
Despite the great variety of informational mediums available to you, questions can still arise as you plan for your financial future. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch with your advising team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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