Posts Tagged ‘403b’

2018 Retirement Plan Contribution Limit Increases

The beginning of the New Year brings increases to the contribution limits for 401k, 403b, and 457 plans. You can now contribute up to $18,500. This is an increase of $500 from 2017. Additionally, if you are over the age of 50, the catch up contribution of $6,000 per year is still allowable which means…

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Retirement Planning (It is never too Early)

Retirement is one of the biggest experiences that you will have in your lifetime. The planning takes many years of hard work and persistence. The headaches and uncertainty can be reduced with homework, investment plan, and a long term commitment. Retirement planning is a continuous process that even goes on in retirement.   To get…

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3 Potential Benefits of Dollar Cost Averaging

We put together this short presentation video as a reminder and overview of the three primary benefits of dollar-cost averaging. It is appropriate for investors considering or already utilizing a systematic investing plan, including retirement plan participants in a 401k or 403b. Click here for the video on the three primary benefits of dollar-cost-averaging Chesapeake…

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