If you have a 401(k), you may be wondering about what the coronavirus pandemic means for you and your retirement. Human Interest created this page to share information and resources to help.
We’ll continue to update this page, so check back soon for more.
Resources for 401(k) plan participants
If you have a 401(k) account, you might have questions about what the COVID-19 pandemic (not to mention the market ups and downs) mean for you, for your 401(k), and for your retirement.
- What should you do when your 401(k) loses value?
- What should you do with your 401(k) if you’ve lost your job?
- Should you take the $100,000 coronavirus loan from your 401(k)?
- What lessons did we learn from the 2008 Financial Crisis can we apply to today?
- What should I do with the $1,200 coronavirus stimulus payout?
- Do I need to do anything special on my taxes for my 401(k)?
Small business owners and other plan administrators can also share these with their employees. For more resources for small business owners and 401(k) plan administrators, look here.
Do you need help or support during these times?
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We believe that everyone deserves access to a secure financial future, which is why we make it easy to provide a 401(k) to your employees. Human Interest offers a low-cost 401(k) with automated administration, built-in investment advising, and integration with leading payroll providers.