This step raises two important questions: (1) what’s so special about 15% as opposed to 10%, 20% or some other savings rate; and (2) why invest in after-tax Roth retirement accounts rather than pre-tax 401(k) and IRAs?
To answer these questions, I’ve created some charts to show the impact of these decisions on your retirement nest egg.
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