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Photo / Thinkstock A third of people don't know what type of fund their KiwiSaver money is in, according to a survey by the country's largest provider.
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Enacted in 1969, the alternative minimum tax was originally intended to ensure that the nation's wealthiest taxpayers paid at least some income tax.
The Fox Point Village Board on Tuesday was the latest community to sign on to a revised financing formula for North Shore Fire Department operations.
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People expecting to use their IRA as income in retirement. If you're approaching retirement and need to draw funds from the IRA to live on, it's not wise to convert to a Roth, Piershale says.
You may have heard that Fidelity, the world's largest IRA provider, was now providing their clients with the means to invest in Bitcoin .
A tentative federal budget agreement struck late Dec. 10 has groups representing retirement plan sponsors and federal workers gearing up for a fight over pension costs.
Adam J. Wiederman , Daily Finance The average 401 balance has nearly doubled from its 2008 lows to $94,482 according to the Investment Company Institute .
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Connecticut Retirement Plans & Trust Funds, Hartford, agreed to commit a total of up to $125 million to Apollo Investment Fund VIII.
Since the Great Recession started nearly five years ago, the number of older Americans in the workforce has increased significantly.
PORT ARTHUR Dr. W. Sam Monroe, who has been a part of Lamar State College-Port Arthur for 49 years and held various leadership positions including president for the past 39, has announced he will retire effective Aug. 31, 2014.
Most black and latino workers have nothing saved for retirement and few have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, according to a new report that underscores how racial disparities in the U.S. economy haunt working people through all stages of life.
The New York Times recently wrote an article on what to do with your retirement plan if you change jobs .
The budget is just over $22 million and includes a general fund of $7,996,557. The budget will have a couple changes to it from previous years.
The nearly 20,000 people who have already retired from Contra Costa, Alameda and two other counties since more generous pension rules took effect in the late 1990s are unlikely to see their checks drop as a result of California's new anti-spiking pension law.