7 Money Moves to Make if You Have More Than $50,000 in Your 401(k)

Updated Aug. 25, 2022
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If you've already saved $50,000 in your 401(k) — or are close — congratulations! You've prioritized saving for your future in a huge way.

With your 401(k) well-funded, you might be wondering what's next? Luckily, you've got a variety of investment options to choose from — where you go next is a personal decision based on your goals, age, and risk tolerance.

You could open an investment account and invest in stocks, bonds, or even crypto. Or, diversify your investments by adding art or real estate to your portfolio. Whether you want to actively trade or "set it and forget it", there's an option for every type of investor.

This is not investment advice, be sure to do your own research if you're going to invest.

Let's take a look at some top options…

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