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Roth 401(k) vs. Roth IRA: What Is the Difference?

Patriot Software

Two common retirement plans for employees are individual retirement arrangement/account (IRA) plans and 401(k) plans. Maybe you are considering establishing a Roth, or post-tax contribution, retirement plan. What is the difference between Roth IRA […] READ MORE.

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Roth vs Traditional 401K – Which is Best?

Stratus.HR

Did you know your 401K account offers two distinct ways to save? Knowing which one to use depends on whether it makes more sense for you to delay paying taxes on your savings until retirement (Traditional) or paying them today (Roth). Traditional 401K. Roth 401K.

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Congress passes SECURE 2.0 Act, making important changes to 401(k)s

Business Management Daily

Act of 2022 —90+ provisions focused on 401(k) and other retirement plans. Congress has chosen to pay for it by mandating that plans offering certain 401(k) features, like catch-up contributions, be made on an after-tax, Roth basis. Roth 401(k) provisions.

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Roth IRA vs 401(K): Which Should You Choose?

HR Digest

You probably have come across the occasional Roth IRA vs 401(k) comparisons to pick your retirement account. But where do you start, especially with the competition between Roth IRA vs 401k. First up: Roth IRA contributions. What is a Roth IRA?

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Employee Focused Retirement Plans

HR Professionals Magazine

As pensions have gone by the wayside and 401(k) plans have gained more notoriety, employees have become increasingly more aware of their employer sponsored retirement plans, and the financial benefits they provide. ROTH VS TRADITIONAL OPTIONS. By Jim Trujillo.

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Introduction to 401(k)s for small businesses

Business Management Daily

Setting up a 401(k) for employees can be a daunting task for small business owners. 401(k)s allow employees to set aside a percentage of their salary to plan for their future retirement. What is a 401(k)? Do employers have to offer a 401(k) to employees?

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Learn from payroll year-end mistakes or repeat them

Business Management Daily

Benefits: offers of group health insurance made to full-time employees, the lowest cost monthly premium for self-only group coverage, the aggregate cost of employees’ health benefits, employees’ health and dependent care FSA contributions, employers’ and employees’ contributions into HSAs, small employers’ contributions to employees’ qualified health reimbursement accounts, employees’ pretax 401(k) contributions, employees’ contributions into Roth 401(k) accounts and group-term life insurance.