401(k), All the Time
Mutual Funds (10/00) Vol. 6, No. 12 p.41; Hill, Sidney

In the late 1970s, a benefits counselor named Ted Benna discovered a part of the tax code known as section 401(k). Today, Benna and a host of analysts continue their exploration into 401(k) at 401Kafe.com. The 401(k)-devoted Web site provides comprehensive information on the retirement plan. A section dubbed "The Bear's Cave" serves as a reality check for investors who have never witnessed a market collapse. "Frequently Asked Questions" covers topics ranging from annual contribution limits to rules for rollovers. Additionally, 401Kafe's users can utilize an account-calculator and an extensive message board.

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