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What Happens If I Leave My Company Before Becoming Fully Vested?

Vesting is a process through which employees gradually earn ownership of benefits provided by their employer, such as retirement savings through 401(k) plans or stock options. This process is vital to retaining and motivating employees, as it rewards their long-term service and encourages loyalty and commitment. Vesting opportunities attract top talent and foster employee engagement and dedication, ultimately contributing to the company’s success and stability....

Take the Leap: Group Benefits that Elevate the Employee Experience

Once every four years, we get to experience the unique event of a leap year, which adds an extra day to our calendars, making February a 29-day month. As we approach this rare occurrence, it's worth drawing a parallel between it and the challenge of finding the right employees for your company. Just like a leap year, securing top talents doesn't happen every day, but...

Can I Take a Loan from my 401(k)?

Many people wonder whether they can take a loan from their 401(k) retirement account. While 401(k) loans are an option provided by some plans, there are rules and considerations to keep in mind before deciding to borrow from your retirement savings. Understanding the possibility of taking loans from a 401(k) account and the associated rules can help you with your decision. Eligibility and Loan Limits...

What Happens to My 401(k) When I Change Jobs?

An employer-sponsored 401(k) plan is a great way to save money for retirement. With matching contributions from your employer, you are essentially getting free money added to your savings. However, you may not stay with the same employer for the duration of your working years. What happens to your 401(k) account when you change jobs? Your funds will remain with your old employer-sponsored plan until...

Am I Too Old To Start A 401(k)?

There is no maximum age for participation in a 401(k) plan. As long as you are still working, you are never too old to contribute. If your employer offers group benefits that include a 401(k), you have an excellent way to save for retirement. No matter your age, if you are still working, you can take advantage of the tax benefits and any matching contributions...

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