Emergency Funds, Retirement

5 Reasons Target Date Funds May Not be Good For Your Retirement Plan


Many of us don’t have the $500,000 in assets most financial advisors require to give hands on retirement planning advice.  And with all the complexity involved in making investment decisions, target date funds often seem like an easy answer to the complex task of retirement planning.  But the “set it and forget it” allure of target date funds can come with costly limitations.

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