Don’t panic on 401(k), experts say

Arlene Denny of Fruita works on voter registration data in the elections office at the old Mesa County courthouse. Denny, who is retired, received the temporary position through QuikTemps. She said she has worked in the elections office for several years.



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Arlene Denny of Fruita works on voter registration data in the elections office at the old Mesa County courthouse. Denny, who is retired, received the temporary position through QuikTemps. She said she has worked in the elections office for several years.

While many financial advisers are recommending clients sit tight with their 401(k) retirement savings through these increasingly turbulent economic times, Certified Financial Planner Kim Last…




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