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  1. Tips for Investing in Your 20s and 30sRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Mortgage News

    ... Socialyte Capital . However, if your employer doesn't offer a 401(k) plan, Rodriguez-Hoffman recommends opening a Roth IRA. Contributions made to your Roth IRA are pre-taxed, which means you pay the tax on your contributions and won't have to pay ...

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  2. Vanguard or TradeStation: Picking an IRA BrokerRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    Vanguard is perhaps better known for index funds, and TradeStation is known as a broker for high-volume traders, but both companies enable investors to invest in stocks, options, funds and more by opening an IRA account . Here we'll explore how TradeStation and Vanguard differ on the things that matter most: commissions, fees, investment selection, and more.

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  3. How Safe Is Your 401(k)?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    ... tax bracket in retirement.) Increasingly, 401(k) plans are offering Roth versions. With a Roth account, as with a Roth IRA, you contribute post -tax money that doesn't deliver any upfront tax break. (Earnings of $70,000 and a $10,000 contribution? ...

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  4. Monthly Review Of DivGro: January 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    ... the dividend income I received in January 2016. Additionally, I recognized past dividend income of $402 from a Roth IRA that I'm now managing as part of DivGro. DivGro's projected annual dividend income (PADI) increased to $12,398, a year-over-year ...

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  5. 3 Top Tax Breaks Every Investor Should RememberRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    ... you this year or next. Many major kinds of retirement accounts offer tax breaks. Consider, for example, the traditional IRA and the Roth IRA. With a traditional IRA, you contribute pre-tax money, reducing your taxable income for the year, and ...

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  6. 3 Best Stocks for Your Roth IRARead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    ... cheat on your taxes, you can at least avoid paying Uncle Sam taxes on any gains earned from investments held in a Roth IRA. That's why we think that the best stocks to own in a Roth are ones that will likely have generated substantial gains by the ...

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  7. As a plan provider, make sure there are security processes in placeRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | JD Supra

    As a retirement plan provider, you have something to do with the retirement plan assets and may have some access to it as a third party administrator or financial advisor. If you have access to the retirement plan assets of participants, you need to make sure that there are processes in place to safeguard those assets.

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  8. Q&A: What's best way to convert big IRA fund into a Roth?Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | USA Today

    While converting to a Roth IRA is often times a good idea, there are a few things that have to be addressed to see if it is right for you. Q&A: What's best way to convert big IRA fund into a Roth? While converting to a Roth IRA is often times a good idea, there are a few things that have to be addressed to see if it is right for you.

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  9. MoneyTips: Six steps to maximize your tax refundRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | NBC2 News

    ... or not. 4. Max Out Your Retirement Contributions Even though it is now 2017, you can still make contributions to your IRA until the tax-filing deadline in April and credit those contributions to your 2016 taxes - as long as your contributions for ...

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  10. 9 Small Business Trends That Should be on Every Entrepreneur's RadarRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Entrepreneur Magazine

    ... for Business Start-ups " by the IRS, 401(k) business funding allows individuals to use funds in a 401(k) or traditional IRA to buy a business. It's not a loan, and there are no minimal credit requirements, which means applications and interest rates ...

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  11. How to File Taxes as a Married CoupleRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Bride's Magazine

    ... If your spouse doesn't work, you can still contribute to an individual retirement account known as a Spousal IRA. "The requirements for a Spousal IRA include being married and filing with the status of married filing jointly," says ...

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  12. Tax Roundup, 2/20/17: 6th Circuit short circuits IRS...Read the original story

    14 hrs ago | Roth & Company, P.C.

    Tax Roundup, 2/20/17: 6th Circuit short circuits IRS substance-over-form on Roth IRA IC-DISC. Also: WTO v.

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  13. 10 Smart Things You Can Do With $1,000 Right NowRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    ... emergency fund and don't have high-interest loans hanging over your head, the next best place to put that $1,000 is your IRA or 401(k). Most people will eventually need 70% to 80% of their previous income to cover their living costs in retirement, ...

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  14. Millennials, Have Presidents Day Off? Get Your Investing Game StartedRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | NewsOK.com

    ... gives you the benefit of lowering your amount of taxable income. If a 401(k) isn't an option, consider opening a Roth IRA. In this retirement account, you contribute money after it's been taxed. The money then grows, and you can withdraw it tax-free ...

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  15. Herea s how millennials can jump-start saving habitsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    ... If you don't have a 401(k), go to a low-cost mutual fund company like Vanguard, Fidelity or T. Rowe Price, open an IRA and route money from every paycheck there. Although some millennials have caught on to the way car payments, insurance, gasoline, ...

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  16. TradeStation vs. Capital One: A Complete Comparison for IRA AccountsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Motley Fool

    When you're ready to save for retirement, opening an IRA can be a smart move. IRAs allow your wealth to compound over time, and you enjoy tax-free or tax-deferred growth from your investments.

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  17. Is It Ever Too Late to Start an IRA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Motley Fool

    It's never too late to start saving, but it can be too late to use an IRA as your primary retirement-savings vehicle. IRAs have rules that prevent people above a certain age from fully taking advantage of these tax-favored retirement accounts.

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  18. When Should You Withdraw From an IRA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Motley Fool

    The money in your IRA has a very specific and important purpose. Knowing when to touch it can help you avoid penalties and ensure that you have enough income in retirement.

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  19. How Much Should I Save for Retirement?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Motley Fool

    ... nest egg over time. Currently, workers under 50 can contribute up to $18,000 a year to a 401(k) and $5,500 to an IRA. Those over 50 get to contribute up to $24,000 and $6,500 a year, respectively. Let's assume you don't have a 401(k) but are able to ...

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  20. If You're Wealthy, Don't Forget These 3 Crucial Tax BreaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Motley Fool

    ... year if you're under age 50 and $6,500 if you're aged 50 or older. Remember that your spouse can also make these maximum IRA contributions. If you're married and file a joint return, fully funding your spouse's IRA account can help lower the amount ...

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