They'll be so high as to negate the gains on the portion of the income that wasn't taxed when first put in? That's going to be some incredibly high taxes. And also there's the Roth, which I would include in the "tax advantaged" account.They’re better off. Cramer is a crackpot and Bartiromo is a right wing shill.
Eh, there is a growing school of thought that this is wrong. The idea is that income tax rates will have to be radically higher in the coming decades in order to cover the massive Medicare and Social Security obligations, so you’re better off paying the taxes now at the lowest rates they’ve ever been. I’m not sure which school of thought will end up being right, but it’s effectively a crapshoot.
If you cannot max both the 401k and roth personal limits every year.... 25.5k this year. You really don't have the income to be trading outside those accounts.