Larry Raffone discusses how the 401(k) has evolved over the years and
adjustments you can make to optimize your 401(k).
Radio Show Highlights
Keeping a Long-Term Focus
Understanding 529 Funds
The 411 on 401(k)s
Non-Presidential Politics Matter Too
In this week’s show, Larry Raffone, president and chief executive officer of Financial Engines, discusses how the 401(k) has evolved over the
years and adjustments you can make to optimize your 401(k).
Also in this week’s show:
JT Taylor, chief political strategist of Hedgeye Potomac Research, talks about why non-presidential election results
matter and which down-ballot races to keep an eye on Election Day.
Bob and Andy discuss why it’s important to keep a long-term focus on your investments, particularly in light of this
political season, and why the Nov. 8 election results won’t have a lasting impact on your investments.
Bob and Andy help a caller decide what to do with unused 529 funds and explain some common misconceptions about using
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