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Welcome to the second part of our retirement planning for millennials series. In part one we discussed taking those first tentative steps on the investing lader.
Many people dream of packing it all up and moving to the beach. This week, we look at two life partners who are ready to trade in their Colorado roots for a Latin American tropical lifestyle.
The expired tax laws, part of 55 provisions known collectively as extenders because Congress usually has renewed them every year or so, are supported by most lawmakers.
The advantages include monthly compounding which leading to higher returns, and the convenience of receiving dividends monthly for budgeting purposes.
Uncle Mortimer has recently died, leaving your twin sister his $300,000 record collection and you his $300,000 Roth IRA.
First, clients can multiply their current salary by a certain number based on their age to know the amount they should save for their golden years, according to Fidelity Investments.
A Lafayette company is accused of defrauded Californians of millions of dollars, and if guilty, could be one of the largest Ponzi schemes in the state's history.
This is the third in a series of articles on managing your finances as a freelancer.
Being unemployed is bewildering enough, but thinking about how to handle a leftover 401 plan adds an extra layer of worry.
Are you a stay-at-home parent? Whether you're new to the job or have been in it for years, one thing you shouldn't forget about is retirement planning .
Q: My wife is 58 but is in poor health. If she retires and takes her pension in a lump sum, will it be taxable? - F.C., Kissimmee A: If she receives the distribution directly it will be taxable.
Saving for retirement is a key part of your overall financial planning, and making the best use of tax-favored retirement accounts can make a huge difference in how big your retirement nest egg is.
You just got an extra $1,000 from a bonus, tax refund, inheritance, or some other windfall.
Everyone's goal is to have a happy and financially secure retirement. Having the goal is the easy part.
Q: My wife has two small IRA accounts. She will turn 70 in March 2015. We have been told that she would only have to draw the required amount from one of the IRA accounts, leaving the other intact.
Phyllis Christopher and her former husband spent years pinching pennies so they would be comfortable in retirement.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:35 am
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