23 with 80k in fidelity savings, 25k in 401k. Retirement calculators say I’m on track to retire by 65 at the earliest. Do I need to be saving more aggressively!? I live at home with my mom already
I just got my 2019 form 5498 for my Roth IRA from Fidelity. I contributed $6k in 2019, but the value of the account grew $22k. Holy crap!
does anyone buy stocks through fidelity? I really want to buy some stuff but mostly hear about vanguard. How should i proceed?
How stupid is it to buy VOO through fidelity? Having a lot of trouble signing up for a Vanguard account online and already have my other holdings are with fidelity.
Just got new job making 115k (23 yrs old). Is there anything wrong with maxing 401k every year? Currently max 401k, then 50% of paycheck into fidelity index funds, low financial literacy
200k cash sitting in fidelity. Long term play. Stocks or options? Which stocks to buy? MSFT, TSLA, CRWD, AAPL ?
What exactly should I buy today if I’m trying to take advantage of the dip in the market? I have fidelity if that helps
EY doesn’t do 401K matchings until 1 year of service? Read that from the fidelity welcome brochure, is this accurate?
Is there a best practice of how much I should contribute to a Roth IRA and 401k? Currently contributing 9% to 401K. Wanting to open a Fidelity account for the S&P 500 index funds
Anyone else having issues with Fidelity? I placed an order after hours and it still hasn’t gone through 3 hours after market open even though I can see the order was placed in my order history.
Need to tuck away $10K for two years in a relatively low risk manner. Where would you put it? Already have HYSA, considering Fidelity bond funds.
Why does Fidelity force you to round to whole % for 401k contributions? I want to contribute the exact % that will get me to the $19,500 max for next year.
I feel I’m not getting good returns through my investments in fidelity. I use vanguard for personal investments and invested in voo and vti. I use fidelity for 401k and Roth and I don’t know which
On Fidelity, the 401k tab shows the investment options we have (31 to choose from). How do we know which stocks we can buy for individual accounts (to not clash with independence)?
Brokerage a/c recommendations anyone? Just starting out. H1b holder if that matters. Primary comparisons b/w TD, Charles Schwab, Merrill & Fidelity due to restrictions w/ wife’s employer.
Doing backdoor roth on fidelity for 2019 - can I elect to not have federal taxes withheld? I have already filed my return