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Senior Vice President, Participant Services and Administration

The Charles Schwab Corporation

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The Charles Schwab Corporation

211 Main Street

San Francisco, California,94105

United States

Company Description

The Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE: SCHW) is a leading provider of financial services, with more than 335 offices and 10.3 million active brokerage accounts, 1.5 million corporate retirement plan participants, 1.1 million banking accounts, and $2.90 trillion... more.

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Senior Vice President of Participant Services and Administration, Schwab Retirement Plan Services

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Experts | Charles Schwab

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Schwab Survey Finds Major Differences in How Male and Female Millennials View Retirement | Business Wire

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Catherine Golladay, senior vice president of participant services and administration, Schwab Retirement Plan Services (Photo: Business Wire)
Catherine Golladay, senior vice president of participant services and administration, Schwab Retirement Plan Services (Photo: Business Wire) Catherine Golladay, senior vice president of participant services and administration, Schwab Retirement Plan Services (Photo: Business Wire) Catherine Golladay, senior vice president of participant services and administration, Schwab Retirement Plan Services (Photo: Business Wire) "A variety of social and economic factors impact the way men and women view money, and our survey showed that this is already affecting the youngest generation of workers," said Catherine Golladay, senior vice president of participant services and administration at Schwab Retirement Plan Services. "Our experience has shown that taking advantage of professional advice can help 401(k) participants save more, be more diversified and stay the course during times of market volatility," Golladay added.


Schwab Survey Finds Saving Enough for Retirement is Top Source of Financial Stress, Even for Millennials | Business Wire

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Catherine Golladay, senior vice president of participant services and administration at Schwab Retirement Plan Services, Inc. (Photo: Business Wire)
Catherine Golladay, senior vice president of participant services and administration at Schwab Retirement Plan Services, Inc. (Photo: Business Wire) "In our experience, people who use 401(k) investment advice tend to save more, are better diversified and stay the course during market uncertainty," noted Catherine Golladay, senior vice president of participant services and administration at Schwab Retirement Plan Services, Inc.


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"Managing a 401(k) can be intimidating for young people who have little-to-no investing experience," said Catherine Golladay, vice president of participant services and administration at Schwab Retirement Plan Services.
If you can't contribute right away, use that time to get into the habit of saving money from each paycheck, said Golladay. "The match is like an automatic return on your investment that you can't get anywhere else," Golladay said. A typical 401(k) will come with a wide selection of funds across several asset classes, such as large-cap stocks, international stocks and bonds. Current market swings can skew your 401(k) allocations if, for example, stocks either underperform or outperform bonds in your portfolio. Make sure you're allocated to give yourself the balance of potential growth and risk and don't put all your eggs in one basket - and that includes company stock, Golladay said. If your plan does not feature an advice component or you would rather not pay for that, consider a target-date fund, Golladay said, which puts the plan on autopilot.


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"Compounding gives you a big boost toward the end that can carry you to the finish line," says Catherine Golladay, head of Schwab's 401(k) participant services.


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