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  1. Repaying a Loan Taken Out of Your IRARead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | Fox News

    ... read your column about short-term, 60-day loans from an individual retirement account. How do you withdraw funds from an IRA? Can a person redeposit the funds back into the same IRA? Or can the money be deposited into a new IRA? In a recent ruling, ...

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  2. Can I take money out of my Individual Retirement Account (IRA) while working?Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Investopedia

    Yes, you can take money out of your IRA plan if you're still working, but you may not want to for three main reasons.

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  3. The IRA Limits for 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    ... powerful wealth-builders for retirement than 401(k)s, but they do come with some limits. Read on to learn more about IRA limits for 2014 in order to set yourself up for a better retirement. First off, there are two main kinds of IRAs: traditional ...

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  4. Self-Directed IRA: The Key to a Rich Retirement?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    ... your retirement savings strategy, and IRAs are the most flexible of the options at your disposal. In some sense, every IRA is self-directed in that you have the opportunity to buy whatever stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs, and other investments ...

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  5. What Should I Do With My Old, Orphaned 401(k)s?Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Lifehacker

    ... your best course of action is. Long story short: you'll want to consolidate those accounts and roll them over into an IRA. It'll take a little work, but once you're finished, those hard earned dollars will work harder for you than they ever did as ...

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  6. Estate Planning: Smart Roth Conversion TrickRead the original story

    Yesterday | Financial Planning

    ... (RMDs) after age 70-1/2, to reduce the tax bill on unneeded income. This approach may result in a sizable traditional IRA being passed down to the next generation, who also must take RMDs. 'Often, our clients' children are doing very well ...

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  7. American IRA, A National Self-Directed IRA Services Provider, Announces An Improved Articles PageRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | PRWeb

    American IRA is consistently producing quality Self-Directed IRA articles. To feature these articles, American IRA has made significant improvements to the articles page on their website.

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  8. Creative Ways to Cut Your 401(k) FeesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Forbes.com

    ... into the stock index fund. Then she will restore her balance by adjusting other assets. She has an inherited IRA at low-cost Vanguard. She'll shift some of that money from stocks to bonds. With an investment of $10,000 or more, she is eligible for ...

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  9. Three Retirement Options for Small EmployersRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Forbes.com

    ... for the mutual funds they buy or else pay brokerage commissions (usually $8) to buy exchange-traded funds. The Simple IRA is available to companies with no more than 100 workers. The employer must contribute at least 2% of each worker's pay; ...

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  10. Loughbrickland Orangemen dig deep to fund new district HQRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today

    ... e." It is named the Sir Henry Wilson Memorial Hall after a senior Irish-born British soldier who was assassinated by the IRA in 1922.

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  11. Island Financial Services, Inc. Celebrates 40 Years in BusinessRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | PRWeb

    ... as a Qualified Intermediary. The company has two qualified intermediaries on staff. AdvantaIRA Trust is a self-directed IRA administrator that focuses on Real Estate IRAs and other alternative assets. Both companies offer tax saving opportunities. ...

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  12. Why Your 401k Is A Retirement Income LoserRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Real Estate Investing for Real

    ... will be cut in half by taxes/penalty if they 'gutted' 'em. We'll assume they then put the now 'measly' $350k into a Roth IRA for the expressed purpose of investing in first position notes, secured by real estate. We'll further assume their cash on ...

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  13. 6 Money Matters Divorcing Spouses Often OverlookRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forbes.com

    ... have equal dollar values, their economic value could be vastly different when taxes are factored in. For example, Roth IRA and Roth 401(k) accounts are funded with after-tax dollars; their future growth and distributions are tax-free. On the other ...

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  14. The 'Tiny House Movement' and 'Binge Saving': The New RetirementRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | US News & World Report

    Retirement statistics. One out of five individuals near retirement, or between the ages of 55 and 64, have absolutely zero money saved, according to the Federal Reserve's latest Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households.

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  15. SIPC's Brokerage Insurance Scam of Allen Stanford's Victims ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forbes.com

    ... and since you just retired, you decide, at your broker's urging, to put all your money into Firm X's CDs-even your IRA funds. The next day, the next month, or maybe the next year your brokerage firm goes under due to fraud. None of the money you ...

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  16. Bankrate: 'Backdoor' Strategy Can Get High-Income Earners Into Roth IRAsRead the original story

    Monday | News Max

    ... strategy, Bankrate explains. In 2014, individuals younger than 50 can put $5,500 of their taxed earnings in a Roth IRA, and people 50 or older can contribute $6,500. Roth IRAs have a number of attractive benefits, including contributions are already ...

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  17. IRA distribution rules for married couplesRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 13 | The Dollar Stretcher

    I read that married taxpayers must take required minimum distributions from their own IRA accounts.

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  18. How Much Money Do You Need to Retire?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | US News & World Report

    Do you need $1 million to retire , as some experts have suggested? Or is it $2 million for a retired couple? Or is it 10 times your current annual salary, or 12 times? There are many ways to figure how much money you need in retirement, just like there are different methods to make money in the stock market.

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  19. Employees Are Falling For Roth 401(k)sRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forbes.com

    ... the tax-free growth. The decision is much like choosing between a traditional Individual Retirement Account and a Roth IRA, only you don't have to worry about the pesky income limitations for contributing to a Roth IRA. So who is making Roth 401(k) ...

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  20. Think cash flow, not portfolio, for retirementRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MarketWatch

    ... take a look at a much more common scenario. Let's take a husband and wife who have saved $500,000 in various 401(k), IRA and other accounts for retirement - we'll call them Mr. and Mrs. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jones diversified their portfolio into a ...

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