Instead of the sunny days you’re expecting, the target date mutual fund that’s probably in your 401(k) plan might be a brewing storm that could douse your retirement with low returns. Target date funds are pooled, long-term investments in a stock/bond mix that managers adjust as investors age and move closer to their target date […]
This content is only available to members of the CSBJ. To gain access, you'll need to sign in or purchase Digital, Digital Partnership, Silver Membership, Print & Digital, Print, Digital and The Transcript or Digital Monthly If you're already a member, sign in here.