Roth 401K: Cont
Well I didn’t exactly get to my follow up post as quickly as I would have liked to, but here goes. Well I ended up sending the form in and leaving my contribution at 14%. According to my calculations I had figured this would cost me an extra $124 out of every paycheck. Now I have our budget strung pretty tight as it is, but when it comes to saving for retirement I tend to act irresponsible like this and splurge on my retirement. I’ve done this a number of times in the past and I’ve never had cash flow problems yet, somehow there always seems to be enough money left over to pay the bills.