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  1. TOTL Hits $500 Million In AUMRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    ... maturities and ratings, though only 10% of the portfolio goes to the international arena (read: 5 ETFs for Your 2015 IRA Contribution ). Holding close to 300 securities in its basket, it puts about 55% of assets in mortgage-backed securities ...

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  2. COA: DBM withheld P300M IRA of LGUsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News

    The Commission on Audit said the Department of Budget and Management withheld over P300 million in internal revenue allotment funds of local government units during the last election year---2013. In an agency audit report posted on its website, the COA said "The IRA shares for CY 2013 of the Local Government Units in the national taxes amounting to P302,806,286,459.00 were not automatically released to LGUs but maintained under DBM Administered Funds in violation of Section 6, Article X, General Provisions of the 1987 Philippine Constitution.

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  3. Peter Robinson: Cool Negotiator Hit By ScandalRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sky News

    ... around 500 loyalists. Mr Robinson and his DUP colleagues opposed the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, claiming the release of IRA prisoners was intolerable. They lost the argument as the agreement was resoundingly approved by the people of Northern ...

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  4. American Bullion, Inc. - Reviews Powerful People and Their Insights on GoldRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | AndhraNews

    Currency stability was and is a constant concern for long-term investors, since the value of the dollar is often hard to predict and easily impacted by political events that are out of our control. Gold on the other hand has always been one of the safest ways to hedge against the effects of inflation, which is why the Gold IRA experts at American Bullion, Inc. continue to focus on the precious metal as a reliable way of securing the financial future of their clients.

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  5. COA: DBM held back LGU funds in 2013, an election yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABS-CBN News

    The Commission on Audit has found that the Department of Budget and Management witheld over P300 million in Internal Revenue Allotment funds from local government units during the last election year--2013. In an agency audit report posted on its website, the COA cited that the "The IRA shares for CY 2013 of the Local Government Units in the national taxes amounting to P302,806,286,459.00 were not automatically released to LGUs but maintained under DBM Administered Funds in violation of Section 6, Article X, General Provisions of the 1987 Philippine Constitution."

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  6. Simple steps to a financially sound small businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Christian Science Monitor

    ... as flex time, unlimited vacation and the ability to work remotely when appropriate. In my practice, we offer a SIMPLE IRA retirement plan, with a 3% matching contribution by the employer. In 2015, a SIMPLE IRA plan has a maximum contribution of ...

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  7. Using annuities for lifetime income in retirementRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    ... a tax advantage. Investment earnings inside the contract are not taxed until they are withdrawn, much like a traditional IRA. While the tax deferral offered by an annuity can be significant over long periods of time, the key benefit to using an ...

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  8. Taxes Matter in Funds, Even with No BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    We don't need to because we invest in them through a 401 , IRA or another account designed to delay taxes until after retirement. More than half of all money invested in mutual funds is in tax-deferred accounts.

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  9. Taxes matter in fund investing, even if there's no billRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Denver Post

    We don't need to because we invest in them through a 401 , IRA or another account designed to delay taxes until after retirement. More than half of all money invested in mutual funds is in tax-deferred accounts.

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  10. on the Money: Reducing your tax billRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Star

    ... ideally a SEP or a Keogh plan, since you can contribute and deduct a larger contribution that you can with a simple IRA. The deal is even sweeter if you have no other employees, since you won't have to make a contribution on their behalf. If you are ...

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  11. How much will my distributions be in retirement?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | USA Today

    ... you should know that RMDs don't start when you retire. Instead, you, generally, have to start taking RMDs from your IRA or retirement plan account when you reach age 70A1 2. Roth IRAs and inherited IRAs have different rules. The rules can be a bit ...

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  12. 5 keys to making your retirement money lastRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Star Tribune

    Your financial life, like climbing a mountain, does not end when you reach the summit, your retirement. Getting down safely, or making your income last, requires different strategies.

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  13. Buz Livingston: Celebrate, but rememberRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Walton Sun

    ... got kissed. Also, allow participants, after separating from the service, to continue making TSP contributions up to the IRA limits ($5,500 plus $1,000 for over age 50 catch-up) without earnings limitations. If you take away pensions, then you should ...

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  14. Why you shouldn't rollover a late spouse's IRA into your ownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | MarketWatch

    ... to Russia and China on behalf of the FPA. Q. Dear Dan, I know that if I were to die tomorrow, my wife could rollover my IRA and Roth IRA and treat as if they were her own. However, this would start the required minimum distribution process on the ...

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  15. Bruce R. Friedman, Appellant, v. Susan C. Friedman, Appellee.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | FindLaw

    HEAVICAN, C.J., WRIGHT, CONNOLLY, STEPHAN, McCORMACK, MILLER-LERMAN, and CASSEL, JJ. Bruce R. Friedman, pro se.

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  16. Roth Ira vs. Simple Ira: Which Plan is Right for You?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Max

    Amongst IRA plans, it can be overwhelming to decide whether a Roth IRA or a SIMPLE IRA better fits your financial situation and savings. While SIMPLE IRAs are typically set up by an employer of a small business for employees, Roth IRAs are typically set up by individuals and couples planning for their retirement.

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  17. Sep Ira or Simple Ira: Which Plan Is Right For You?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Max

    ... low-cost and allow employers to make contributions to their employee's plan without IRS reporting. However, each type of IRA has its own distinct features geared towards different individuals' employment situations. Below are key features of the SEP ...

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  18. Should You Roll Over Your Simple IRA Into a Roth IRA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | News Max

    Before you roll over your SIMPLE IRA into a Roth IRA, it is key to understand the pros and cons of each plan as tailored to your specific situation. Each plan comes with advantages and disadvantages pertaining to taxation, penalties, age requirements, and fund distributions and withdrawals.

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  19. Beware master limited partnerships' taxesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | San Diego Source

    ... another inconvenience and perhaps something else that the financial adviser did not know or tell you. Also, even in an IRA there could be certain distributions from business income that could be taxed inside in your IRA because this is a partnership ...

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  20. Go Out on Your Own Terms: Retirement Options for Self-EmployedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | News Max

    ... open this account, you must either complete a 5305-SEP agreement form and set up an IRS-approved plan, or create the SEP-IRA (Individual Retirement Account) through a bank. 2. 401(k) Plan This option requires you to make salary deferrals up to ...

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