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  1. Don't wait for a correctionRead the original story

    Friday | MarketWatch

    ... though you aren't yet subject to RMDs so you can pay taxes at the lower rate. You could also convert funds to a Roth IRA. Again you would pay taxes at the time you converted but future distributions from the Roth wouldn't be taxable and your Roth ...

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  2. The Slacker's Guide to Saving for RetirementRead the original story

    Friday | Fox News

    Whether retirement is coming soon or feels far away, it's something you need to think about.

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  3. 7 Ways To Give Yourself A Tax BreakRead the original story

    Friday | Forbes.com

    ... amount to that plan too.) If you don't have a retirement plan at work, you can contribute up to $5,500 to a traditional IRA (plus another $1k if you turn age 50 or older this year) and deduct the contributions from your taxable income. If your ...

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  4. What is an IRA?Read the original story

    Friday | WLBT-TV Jackson

    IRA stands for "Individual Retirement Account." Like a 401k, this tax-deferred savings plan was created by the IRS to help people save for retirement while investing their money.

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  5. 5 Smart Ways to Spend Your Tax Return WiselyRead the original story

    Friday | ABC7 Chicago

    ... such as mortgages or student loans. Invest in a Tax-Sheltered Account Use your refund to open up or contribute to a Roth IRA which allows your money to grow tax-free and qualified withdrawals can be taken out tax-free. You can trade stocks, options, ...

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  6. Tax Guy: How to make next year's tax season less painfulRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MarketWatch

    ... income-tax rates go up in the future (a distinct possibility especially for high-income folks), funds in your Roth IRA will be blissfully unaffected. Think of your Roth IRA as insurance against future tax rate increases. Roth IRAs set up in your ...

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  7. Invest now or wait for a correction?Read the original story

    Friday | MarketWatch

    ... though you aren't yet subject to RMDs so you can pay taxes at the lower rate. You could also convert funds to a Roth IRA. Again you would pay taxes at the time you converted but future distributions from the Roth wouldn't be taxable and your Roth ...

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  8. Atlantic Power Corporation Announces April 2014 Common Share DividendRead the original story

    Friday | Hispanic Business

    ... or owning common shares of the Company. Individuals who believe the withholding tax exemption applies to their IRA should contact their broker to determine how to claim the exemption. About power generation projects sell electricity to utilities and ...

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  9. ABCs of HSAs: Learn how an HSA can benefit your estate planRead the original story

    Monday Apr 7 | JD Supra

    ... plan because HSA funds grow on a tax-deferred basis. An HSA is a tax-exempt account funded with pretax dollars. Like an IRA or 401(k) plan, contributions may be made by employers, employees or both. An HSA must be coupled with a high-deductible ...

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  10. How Should I Use My Bonus?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Credit.com

    ... to any employer plan to get matching benefits (if available). Also, you can contribute to a traditional or Roth IRA . The important thing is to make a plan for the money so you don't end up wondering where that bonus went. AJ Smith is an ...

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  11. Read Full ArticleRead the original story

    Thursday | WJNO

    ... pension & social security. I'm thinking of placing the proceeds in 3 separate areas. Emergency fund, mutual fund & Roth IRA. Your thoughts please. It's true that capital gains derived from the sale of investment property is subject to taxation ...

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  12. Higher Real Estate Prices Creating Strong Returns for Self-Directed...Read the original story

    Thursday | Hispanic Business

    , the leading provider of "checkbook control" self-directed IRA LLC solutions, announces that its clients have found that higher real estate prices across self-directed IRA real estate clients that used IRA or Roth IRA funds to purchase real estate ...

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  13. Should you bother itemizing your tax returns?Read the original story

    Saturday Apr 5 | WUSA-TV Washington

    ... a relatively small percentage of Americans have investments outside of a qualified retirement plan like a 401(k) or an IRA that require them to file complex tax paperwork. "Over half the country lives paycheck to paycheck, according to consumer ...

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  14. Unplanned Early Retirement, Part 1 - Strategy, Stability, And Moving ForwardRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | Seeking Alpha

    ... rol and can have complex hidden costs. I decided the right course of action was to roll the account into a self-directed IRA, but what makes me think I am smart enough to manage my own money? I am not a trained

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  15. 4 biggest mistakes of retirement saversRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | MarketWatch

    ... shouldn't neglect their life-after-work strategy; instead they should contribute to a retirement plan such as an SEP IRA . "According to a recent TIAA-CREF survey, more Americans spend less time planning for an IRA investment than choosing a ...

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  16. Office ManagerRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | Monster.com

    ... are properly followed and payroll is allocated back into AMS360/QuickBooks to the responsible departments. Make SIMPLE IRA contributions for those who participate. Keep the accounting records current on the company, reconcile bank accounts monthly, ...

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  17. Understanding Job Change and Your 401Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | The Daily News

    ... Your best options are to: roll your existing 401(k) from your former employer to your new employer; roll it to an IRA; or leave it with your former employer usually in that order. 401(k) plans have more flexible distribution options than IRAs; and ...

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  18. Post-tax filing resolutions: Promise to do betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | MarketWatch

    ... income-tax rates go up in the future (a distinct possibility especially for high-income folks), funds in your Roth IRA will be blissfully unaffected. Think of your Roth IRA as insurance against future tax rate increases. Roth IRAs set up in your ...

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  19. Announcing the IRA Wealth Accelerator Seminar Presented by Sean McKay,...Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | PRWeb

    ... presentation with a true case study about how an investor used a $100 Roth to buy 4 houses. Jim Hitt, CEO of American IRA, a national Self-Directed IRA provider, has put together an information packed seminar that will include some amazing case ...

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  20. Tax lessons learned for the 2013 seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | InvestmentNews

    ... need to know how payroll, federal and state taxes work." 3. Urge clients to step up their contributions into 401(k) and IRA plans. If it's available, kick money into a health savings account, too. Advisers with young clients: This might sound like a ...

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