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Q: Should my wife and I contribute to a Roth IRA or a traditional IRA? We both participate in our respective employer's 401 plan.
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Throughout your career, you have been working hard to save in one or more retirement accounts.
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Assuming you're lucky enough to get a refund check after tax-time , what's the best thing to do with it? We asked a variety of financial planners, advisers and private individuals.
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When it comes to creating a retirement plan for all Connecticut residents there are still more questions than answers as lawmakers seek to find ways to ensure residents are retiring on more than Social Security.
A new Prudential white paper, ' Financial Planning Considerations for Same-Sex Couples After Windsor ,' explores how this past year's landmark decision to overturn Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act has helped level the playing field for legally married same-sex couples.
Buying a home is an exciting life milestone , but it can also be intimidating. Your home will probably be the most expensive purchase you'll ever make, so you want to establish a responsible plan for ownership.
Savvy investors know that a little bit of retirement planning today can really pay off later.
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Around the time I stopped fighting with my parents and began listening to them, my dad imparted some brilliant financial advice.
Q. I have an inherited IRA for which I must take Required Minimum Distributions each year.
My wife has a Roth IRA, and we want to use it to help pay for our daughter's college tuition.
Investing isn't easy, what with the uncertainty of global growth and the always-confusing nature of the stock market.
The self-employed are in a unique position when it comes to saving for retirement.
February has come and gone and now it's time again for my favorite monthly update, my dividend update.
MONEY looked at six holes you might see in your 401 plan, and some fixes you can make to address them.
A: No. You can get both Social Security benefits and military retirement. Generally, there is no offset of Social Security benefits because of your military retirement.
As working folks get closer to hanging up their spurs, it is easy to become overwhelmed.