The Truth About the Roth 401k and the Traditional 401k

Roth 401k and the Traditional 401k

“If you contribute to a Roth 401k, all the money can be withdrawn at a later date completely tax-free. If, however, you put that same amount of money into a Traditional 401k, it will be taxed and you’ll only end up with 2/3 of your nest egg. This is why you should contribute to a Roth 401k every time.”

What a crock of bull.

I’ve heard Dave Ramsey say this about a hundred times and it still ticks me off. This statement actually bothers me so much that I’ve decided to dedicate this entire post to prove it wrong and to educate all of you readers on the actual facts of the Roth 401k and the Traditional 401k.

I’ll teach you:

what makes them different, and what the benefit is of having one vs. the other The Truth About the Roth 401k and the Traditional 401k

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