A 1% difference in your contribution strategy can have a big impact over time.

Take a look at simulations from the New York Times to see how even a small adjustment in your 401k investment strategy can add up to big increases to your bottom line.

Source: New York Times, The 1% More Calculator




Starting salary of $50,000

At a starting salary of $50,000, you could save an extra $81,347 to $756,876 over 30 years

Starting salary of $75,000

At a starting salary of $75,000, you could save an extra $122,021 to $1,135,314 over 30 years

Starting salary of $100,000

At a starting salary of $100,000, you could save an extra $162,695 to $1,513,752 over 30 years

Starting salary of $150,000

At a starting salary of $150,000, you could save an extra $244,042 to $2,270,628 over 30 years

Starting salary of $200,000

At a starting salary of $200,000, you could save an extra $325,389 to $3,027,504 over 30 years

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