The maximum contribution for 2023 individual retirement account contributions is $6,500 ($7,500 if aged 50 and over). There are income limits that determine whether you can deduct your Traditional IRA contribution or if you qualify to make a Roth IRA contribution.
In today’s ultra-connected world it’s even more tempting to compare ourselves to our family, friends, and neighbors. Are we falling behind in our career? Is our family life sub-par? Should we be making more money? Although we all know that people post their best images and experiences on social media, it’s easy to forget that we are tuning in to a lop-sided view of reality. Ironically, this warped perspective can encourage ideas and behaviors that move us further away from what we’re trying to find: a happy and rewarding life.
Our society is going through an unprecedented churn in the labor market due in part to the COVID-19 pandemic but also because of the normalization of working from home. As many people search for an ideal work-life balance, it is important not to neglect the ultimate end goal, namely retirement, and even more important not to abandon the primary resource for helping to ensure a stable retirement, your 401(k).