Cathy Clauson, a senior vice president at AssetMark, told FOX Business one easy solution is an IRA.
"Put a small amount of your paycheck into your 401(k), even if you don't think you can afford it," Cathy Clauson, a senior vice president at AssetMark, said.
Cathy Clauson, a senior vice president at AssetMark, spoke with FOX Business regarding how to maximize your 401(k) contributions and take advantage of the free money available through employers.
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