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One of the primary advantages of investments in a PCRA vs. 401K is that you have more control over your investment decisions. You can choose which assets to invest in, how much to invest, and when to make changes to your portfolio. With the Core Funds, on the other hand, you are limited to the investment options provided by the plan. While these options are often diverse, they may not align with your investment goals or risk tolerance.
Using a PCRA also provides you with greater diversification opportunities. With the Core Funds, you are limited to a preselected list of mutual funds. With investments in a PCRA, you can diversify your portfolio across a range of asset classes, including stocks, bonds, and alternative investments. This can help reduce your portfolio’s overall risk and potentially improve your returns over time.
Investments in a PCRA also provide greater flexibility in managing your retirement savings. You can make changes to your portfolio as needed to adjust to changes in the market or your investment goals. With the Core Funds, you may have limited options for making changes to your portfolio, depending on the rules of the plan.
Investments in a PCRA can also be a great way to work within your existing financial plan. By using a PCRA, you can invest in assets that align with your overall financial goals and strategy. This can help you achieve your financial goals and build wealth over time.
The PCRA option gives pilots the ability to work with a financial advisor who can help choose and manage investments within the plan. This can be particularly useful if you are not confident in your ability to choose and manage investments on your own, or if you prefer to have professional guidance. ACT Wealth Management has used Charles Schwab & Co., Inc, as their primary Custodian for more than a decade, and has many years of experience utilizing the PCRA for Southwest Pilots.
Overall, investments in a PCRA can provide you with more control, flexibility, and potential diversification opportunities over investing in the Core Funds within the Southwest 401(k) Plan. By integrating a PCRA into your overall financial plan, you can invest in assets that align with your financial goals and strategy. As always, it’s important to carefully consider your investment goals and risk tolerance before making any investment decisions.
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