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Your 401(k) is probably one of the best benefits you have with your job. But you'd never stay with a company just because of the 401(k), right? If you get a better offer somewhere else, you'll probably want to take it. So when you do finally leave,
Saving for retirement isn't easy, and for most people it's on the back burner. More News http://money.cnn.com/retirement/ Whether you are 20 or 60, saving for retirement starts with setting a disciplined process. The best thing to do is set an age
The absolute worst thing you can do to an existing retirement account after starting a new job is withdraw the money. Anyone under the age of 59 1/2 gets popped with a 10% penalty right off the bat, with the added bonus of having to pay taxes on it.
PBS' Frontline this week aired a report on the retirement crisis in America called The Retirement Gamble. It is well worth the one-hour investment of your time if you missed it. The program raised, for instance, a number of reasons why America faces
Everybody knows you should be investing in your company's 401(k) plan, but here's something that almost nobody knows: Investing in a 401(k) could cost your three years' salary. That's the surprising upshot of a new study by the financial folks at
04/24/2013 10:33:15 AM PDT Updated: 04/24/2013 10:33:15 AM PDT Q: I contributed $6,000 to my IRA account in 2012. My tax preparer told me that this was $1,000 more than the allowed maximum contribution.
The Charlotte Observer This week's "Ask the Mompreneur" features an interview with Maxime Rieman, financial markets analyst for NerdWallet, a personal finance and investing website. Once a small business reaches a point of stability and profitability,
Martin Smith, an Emmy-winning correspondent for PBS' Frontline, is worried about his retirement and yours. In his excellent Frontline documentary airing Tuesday, April 23, on PBS, The Retirement Gamble (check local listings ), Smith, 64, says: I
The budget proposal President Obama recently submitted had several provisions designed to increase government tax revenue. But one provision concerning retirement accounts triggered alarm bells for many Americans, raising fears that the government
Stockphoto A Valuable Inheritance An inherited retirement account is more than a simple pot of cash. Often, an heir can stretch out withdrawals from an individual retirement account over his or her life expectancy, gaining decades of tax deferred or (