- vote Good idea to max out 401k in the first few months of year? I know that if you want to invest 19k in the market it's better to do dollar cost averaging and invest some monthly. Is this the case for 401k or Roth as well, or the brokerage handles the investment strategy? My brokerage is Fidelity, employer Microsoft. Assuming I don't need cash immidiately.
- Returning to India by mid-end of 2019, need 401k advice I maxed out 401k as long as I was with Microsoft (they pay 9k to 401k). I recently joined a bay area company. Job's great, they don't contribute to 401k tho, they provide some 401k account with a small financial institution, benefits seem to be none - just hold money pre tax. I will sell real estat
- Roll over 401k or keep in Fidelity? I recently started at a new company, and like FB, they also use Fidelity for 401k. It seems I have two options. I could roll my funds out of Fidelity and into my existing Schwab rollover IRA. Or I could move the FB 401k at Fidelity into the new employer 401k with Fidelity. What are the tradeoffs? I
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- Rate my offer Hi everyone, could you please rate my offer and advise me what would be the cap I should negotiate to! Employer- FIS global(fidelity national information services) Experience- 2 years Position- Software Engineer II Location- New York (Long Island) Compensation- 90K
- 401k status after lay off? I have recently got lay off. What happens to the 401k investments in sectors that are only offered by my [former] employer? I have fidelity and picked low cost index funds when I was employee. I am not sure if fidelity moves my money to some other expensive target funds that I not interested in.
- How actively do you make trades in your 401(k)? I’m not an active trader. I want to ask questions before I make any changes. I’m curious how actively everyone is trading in their employer-sponsored accounts, and what types of trades you’ve utilized to get you the best performance. I’ll detail my current situation below. ERISA-compliant 401(k) t
- Help this new Microsoftie setup 401k Fidelity confuses me. There are 4 things that I need to put in the "contributions" tab: Pre-tax % Roth % After-tax % Quarterly conversion of After-tax to Roth (Y/N) This is how I do the math: Pre-tax max for 2019 is $19,000, after-tax max is $27,500, and employer match is $9500, so the total is $