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How to Save for Retirement as a Freelancer

By Kate Ashford

“As a freelancer, you don’t have a 401(k), and sometimes that’s viewed as a negative,” said Andrew Westlin, a financial planner with Betterment. “But you then have the flexibility to choose any provider you want, so you can find one that’s transparent and that has low fees.”

In fact, there are a variety of options for freelancers when it comes to saving for retirement—and different investment savings accounts are good for different needs.

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This article originally published October 5th, 2018 on ValuePenguin

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