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  1. Sinn Fein's self interest more than pressure over the IRA, will keep the Assembly in beingRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | Slugger O'Toole

    So the pressure is mounting on Sinn Fein North and South to do - what exactly? Agree to accept or at least put up with a revival of the International Monitoring Commission and dissociate themselves from the IRA? This would require a new political calculus all round. Still, the Irish government may have made a move in that direction.


  2. Cash is only good when stores are stockedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Daily Herald

    ... available as a paperback and in a Kindle edition. At Vanguard we have a 401(k) retirement account with six items and an IRA account with five items. At Schwab we have IRAs for my wife and myself. These accounts have eight items and 33 items, ...


  3. Millennials jeopardize retirement by avoiding stocksRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    ... enough to receive a full company match. If additional funds are available for savings, consider opening a Roth IRA and funding it with regular contributions. Roth IRAs are excellent vehicles for younger workers in lower tax brackets as the ...


  4. a 529 plana offers tax-friendly way to save for collegeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    ... started with just $25, and is a way to establish a “home” for money given to the child by family. A Roth IRA also can be used as an education fund, according to certified financial planner Chad E. Colbert of Colbert Wealth Management, ...


  5. What's the Plan: Preserving retirement assets in volatile marketRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Denver Post

    ... they owe $114,985 on the mortgage. Jeff's assets include: $824,007 in his current employer's 401(k), $26,868 in a Roth IRA; $10,157 in a traditional IRA; and a pension valued at $57,000. Angela has $695,500 in her 401(k); $26,881 in a Roth IRA; and ...


  6. Worries spur keeping a stash of cash at homeRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    ... and food during a sustained weather emergency. At Vanguard we have a 401(k) retirement account with six items and an IRA account with five items. At Schwab we have IRAs for my wife and myself. These accounts have eight items and 33 items, ...


  7. on the Money: The volatility of the stock marketRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | The Star

    ... one's retirement income consists of Social Security, income from a stock portfolio (if any), and distributions from an IRA or 401(k), you may well get sweaty palms in times such as these. One major contributor to the stock market's jitters is the ...


  8. Your money: Benefits of a college degree can offset the daunting costsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | TwinCities

    ... by states or educational institutions, and they're specifically designed to help families save for college. Like a Roth IRA, contributions to a 529 plan are made with after-tax dollars, but their potential growth and future distributions are ...


  9. How to avoid huge losses in the next stock market plungeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chicago Tribune

    ... down 6.6 percent for the year. The stock market has turned cruel, probably leaving you with losses in your 401(k), IRA and college savings. ( Gail MarksJarvis ) If you have a 401(k) you are probably looking at losses, but nothing like what they were ...


  10. 5 ways to rationalize stock lossesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic

    ... accounts and possibly get a tax deduction. In addition, market setbacks provide an opportunity to switch into a Roth IRA from a deductible IRA, if you were considering that move. Roths are desirable accounts, since they let you withdraw money tax ...


  11. Shed and Shred Before You Move, Says ProShred ArizonaRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    ... when deciding what to keep and what to destroy: - Taxes - keep returns and copies of documentation for seven years. - IRA contribution records - keep a copy of all nondeductible contributions to your IRA permanently to show that you have already ...


  12. a Wall Street opposes White House crackdown on financial advisorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS News

    ... federal rule that sounds simple. It demands that any professional investor handling a retirement account - 401(k) or an IRA - give advice "in the best interests" of that client. Under the current rule, brokers can sell any investment deemed ...


  13. Tax Strategies Scan: Recouping Client LossesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WebCPA

    ... beneficiaries of an inherited retirement account may defer taxes by rolling over the distribution to their own IRA via a direct trustee-to-trustee rollover, according to MarketWatch . The required minimum withdrawal rules for inherited IRAs apply to ...


  14. QLACs Can Boost Retirement Readiness, EBRI Report SaysRead the original story

    Friday | Insurance News Net

    ... reading the EBRI findings as there may be subtle but important differences. Most QLAC rollouts to date have been for the IRA market. Still, the simulations showing that QLACs can increase retirement readiness may be reason enough to give QLACs ...


  15. Hidden Benefits to Clients of Working LongerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Financial Planning

    ... plan, he typically would still have to make withdrawals from - and pay income taxes on - any other 401(k) plans or IRA accounts held. But the IRS also allows plan holders to roll those older accounts into the current employer's retirement plan. Once ...


  16. Fewer People Pay IRA Early Withdrawal PenaltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | US News & World Report

    ... due on withdrawals from IRAs . For example, if a worker who is in the 25 percent tax bracket withdraws $5,000 from an IRA at age 40, he will owe $1,250 in regular income tax and $500 for the early withdrawal penalty. He will only get to keep $3,250. ...


  17. IRA Charitable Rollover Excellent Benefit... If It Is ResurrectedRead the original story

    Friday | Law Professor Blogs Network

    Starting in 2006, the IRS has allowed those over age 70 1/2 to make direct gifts to charity from their IRA account up to $100,000 per year. This rollover was a great benefit because it skipped the intermediate step of the funds being distributed to the taxpayer first, which created a tax liability, then having the after tax amount donated to charity.


  18. 'Reconciliation and healing must be our future'- KearneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sinn Fein Newsroom

    ... (the human tragedy of the Shankill Bomb, being one instance of that); and, equally for the pain of the families of IRA volunteers killed here in Derry and elsewhere during the war; as well as many nationalist civilians who were killed and injured. ...


  19. John Bogle sees promise in market pullbacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | MarketWatch

    Mitch Tuchman brings the low cost, scientific investment approach used by elite pensions and endowments to everyday retirement investors through two services. Rebalance IRA manages retirement accounts with portfolios built by its Investment Advisory Board: Burt Malkiel , Charles Ellis and Jay Vivian .


  20. Trademark Application for a oe1-877-on Your SIDEa Filed by Nationwide Mutual Insurance CompanyRead the original story

    Thursday | Insurance News Net

    As submitted by the applicant, this trademark application relates to the following goods and services: Insurance services, namely, administration, brokerage, and underwriting for all types of insurance; insurance claims administration and claims processing services; insurance agency services; financial services, namely, brokerage, administration and distribution of annuities, mutual funds, money market funds, pension plans, IRA plans, retirement plans and asset management; mortgage lending and brokerage services; credit Union services; trust services, namely, investment and trust company services.