There is a big debate within the Lean Six Sigma community regarding lists and what should be on a list for implementation of Lean Six Sigma. I favor lists to...
This is a great article to promote savings for the middle class. There are pathways to prosperity and to have $1 million in your 401 (k). The road is not as hard as it might appear. The first step is to save money and the sooner the better. With compounding interest and tax deferred account, the 401(k) can provide you with stable income at retirement. If you have a 30 year window, investing from 7% to 12% of you paycheck will get to your goal. If you invest the maximum of $18,000, you will attain your goals quicker.
Please check the 401(k) calculator to figure out how you will attain your goals: 401(k) calculator on Bankrate.com.
Gary Kapanowski – Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt – Excelsior
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