>>1021359 >Should I be doing more than just contributing 10% of my paycheck? If at all possible you should be contributing the IRS limit which is $18000 this year ($24000 if you are 50+), or as near to it as you can afford. Figure out what percentage of your salary that is and contribute that much.
>>1021364 >I manage my own account. Vanguard, Fidelity and Schwab are all self-service investment houses. Yes, you can get paid financial advice through each of them, but that's entirely optional. So your comment doesn't really make any sense.
>>1021488 >>1021518 I'm 22 with not a lot of savings and I only put forth enough money that my job was willing to match me on. I could have bumped it up a lot more to max but I didn't want to. Would I really be missing out on that much?
>>1024993 Yes. Last year it was $17500. This year it increases to $18000. I don't know the future contribution limits off the top of my head but I'll see if I can look it up tomorrow at work (large finance company).
>>1025696 >>1025489 Alright, checked on it. The finance company I work for's systems are listing it as 18000 for the foreseeable future but it will definitely go up. The IRS will notify us once it's final.
For saving Americans just pay attention to financial news and you'll see any contribution limit adjustments well before the end of the year they take effect.
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