This is the story of Al, Bob and Carl. Each cousin is the non-spouse beneficiary of his father’s 401(k) plan. Their fathers worked together at the local automotive factory for their entire lives and were all covered by the same plan. The default distribution option in the plan for non-spouse beneficiaries is a five-year payout.
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On Winning at Life, Gregory Ricks and James Parker discuss a comment card from a recent Gregory Ricks Live. They are newlyweds in their 30s looking for some direction on what they should be doing now that they’ve maxed their 401ks, and would like to invest beyond that.
On Winning at Life, Gregory Ricks and James Parker explain how a rarely used rule called Net Unrealized Appreciation can dramatically reduce the tax burden of getting stocks out of your company plan.
On Winning at Life with Gregory Ricks, Gregory and James answer questions from viewers on Periscope who are asking common questions about what to do with the money in your 401k. Where do I put it in the market? How much do I put in the market? How do I know if I’m getting killed
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Joe from Biloxi calls Gregory Ricks to get a second opinion on combining his household’s 4 old 401ks into one account, and where that should be invested.