5 401k mistakes you might be making


A second home in Boca, a pied-a-terre in Paris -- you have no problem dreaming up your ideal retirement. But the nitty-gritty financials of how you’ll fund it? Meh, you’ll glance at that 401(k) statement later. We checked in with Meghan Murphy, vice president of thought leadership at Fidelity Investments, about common retirement plan pitfalls, and how to bounce back from them.

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