Roth 401k

Fiscal Cliff Deal Hides a 401(k) Bonus

Buried deep in the American Taxpayer Relief act is a provision that will let a lot more workers convert their traditional 401(k) savings account into a Roth 401(k). Here's why doing that might be a good deal for you in the long term -- and why it might not.

How to Pick the Juicier 401(k) Plan

Roth 401(k)s used to be fairly rare; now, they're starting to crop up by the bushelful. But while they may be the hot new investment, but the tax implications mean Roth 401(k)s aren't for everyone. To see if you'd benefit, ask yourself the following questions:

How to (Legally) Dodge the Tax Man in Retirement

Saving for retirement isn't just a smart move for the long run. It can also cut your current taxes. But what if reducing your taxes now is the wrong strategy? For many workers, a smarter option is a retirement plan that eliminates your tax bill down the road: a Roth 401(k).

Retirement Savings Basics: The 411 on 401(k)s

Saving for retirement is one of those things that can be hard to take seriously when you're young. But it's worth starting early, and DailyFinance wants to help. In this first installment of a three-part series, reporter Loren Berlin reviews how to get the most out of a 401(k).