Gotta start saving for that retired life now.
This baby crying over the decline of employer pensions.
This baby just sheltered $50,000 in pre-tax contributions to a SEP IRA. He’ll explain what that means when his teeth come in.
Well, well, well, looks like someone’s capping out at that $5,500 annual Roth IRA contribution limit.
This baby cannot even believe that you would suggest a single-premium immediate annuity, what with interest rates so low these days.
This baby is satisfied in a Roth IRA in addition to his 401k.
NQDC, aka “the rich man’s Roth?” Don’t mind if he does!
This baby is ready to negotiate employer contributions to a 401k.
That smile is the sweet satisfaction of tax deductible and ta-deferred growth to a traditional IRA. And milk. And nap time.
Skeptical of social security pay-outs? Tell him about it.
This little dude has another 50 years of an $18,000 cap to his contributions on his current plan.
If he’s going to be capped on his early savings contributions, maybe this little dude should invest in real estate for a second income stream.
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This baby would rather do anything else than think about his retirement.
He’s trying not to let it show, but he’s concerned about keeping his fun-loving lifestyle into retirement.
This is the face of someone who’s just learned about the payoffs of compound interest over time.
As a self-employed baby, he’s still mulling over the benefits of a SEP IRA and profit sharing.
Touch her 401k? You must be joking. This baby is rolling over a past employer’s 401k for full control over her conduit IRA.