I am retired now, and have withdrawn 9% of my 401k this year, and yet my balance is higher than it was before those withdrawals. Like I said in an earlier post...Who says you can't have your 401k and spend it too?Try to keep up, Omar.
Wabash wrote:Source of the post They intend to increase shareholder dividends or do stock buyback programs. Which will have limited effect.
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