Here is a quick review of what the 401k contribution limits, rules and regulations are likely to be for 2013.
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If you’re like most people, an employer-based 401(k) plan is probably at the top of your list when it comes to saving for retirement. Hopefully, your employer offers to “match” a portion of your contributions and you’re able to contribute the maximum allowed amount every year. Perhaps you’ve even taken the time to pick investments […]
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Investing in a Roth IRA isn’t rocket science, but investors tend to encounter the same potential pitfalls over and over. Here are some mistakes to avoid.
We thought that we were living a comfortable lifestyle that we could afford, but we left out several important aspects of a strong financial position. Here’s how to avoid the same mistakes.
Can you borrow money from your Roth IRA? The decisive answer is yes! …and no. Find out why.
Don’t make the unholy mistake of shortchanging your retirement savings. Here are a few surefire ways increase your retirement savings.
One thing a lot of people don’t realize is that once you leave a job you can convert an old 401k directly to a Roth IRA. Here are the rules and how to go about it.
The Roth IRA is a great place to start investing if you’re a newer investor. Here are 10 reasons why I love the Roth IRA, and why you should too.
Considering contributing to an IRA or Roth IRA this coming year? Here are the contribution and phaseout limits for the 2012 tax year.
Can you open a Roth IRA for your child? The answer is yes – sort of. In certain situations you may be able to open and fund a Roth IRA, under certain conditions.
Whenever you invest, you are taking on risk. There are things you can do to improve the chances of seeing more gains than losses, and mistakes to avoid.
Who qualifies for a Roth IRA? Can you make contributions for your child or a non-working spouse? What if you’re retired?