Market volatility pushes average R.I. 401(k) slightly lower in Q3

READY TO AID: Gary Friedmann, left, vice president and portfolio manager for Rockland Trust Co., and Larry Wagner, Rockland Trust vice president and financial consultant, advise 401(k) participants to try to limit emotional decision-making when it comes to retirement savings. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
READY TO AID: Gary Friedmann, left, vice president and portfolio manager for Rockland Trust Co., and Larry Wagner, Rockland Trust vice president and financial consultant, advise 401(k) participants to try to limit emotional decision-making when it comes to retirement savings. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
At 36, Gianni Del Signore still has more than a few decades before he retires. But that doesn’t mean the chief financial officer for Newport-based Pangaea Logistics Solutions Ltd. is not already planning – and saving – for retirement. “I try as much as possible to max out,” he said of his contributions to his…

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