The latest news on 401(k)
WaMu bars employees from stashing more than 20 percent in its stock fund.
Why an employer match of 3 percent should be a minimum requirement.
Traditional pensions net higher stock market returns.
Even sole proprietors without employees can get in on 401(k)'s to plan retirement.
Shifting financial responsibility to individuals has been an uphill climb.
Fidelity says retirement plan contributions are on the rise.
Should young investors in a pinch tap their 401(k)'s? One strategist says maybe.
Executives think employees should take responsibility for their own nest eggs.
Try approaching your employer; otherwise, consider an IRA.
Employers are changing their policies, but more workers aren't necessarily saving.