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5 IRA Mistakes You May Be Making
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For some investors, IRAs may be long-term, hands-off investment vehicles. That doesn’t mean you should ignore them completely. This year, give a little love to your IRA and make sure…
The 4 Smartest Ways to Cope With a Tax Bill You Can’t Afford
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Discovering that you owe the IRS money is never a good feeling. If you’re staring down a tax bill you can’t afford to pay from 2020, you’re no doubt in good company. Countless people have turned to gig work to survive, which can result in surprise tax bills. Expanded jobless benefits have been a lifeline […]

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5 Creative Ways to Fund Your Retirement Accounts
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The average American is not saving enough for retirement, and this can easily lead to financial stress and even a scarcity mindset. Life expectancy rates are increasing and many retirees are finding that they under-saved and are running out of money. There are creative ways out there to fund your retirement account. While retirement is a long time away for me and this may be the case for you as well, it’s important to contribute something for your financial future and aim to increase contributions each year. This can be challenging when you’re facing everyday expenses like housing and food

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8 Issues Making It Harder for Americans to Retire
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Finding a way to retire is tough in the best of times. These obstacles make it tougher.
8 Issues Making It Harder for Americans to Retire
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Finding a way to retire is tough in the best of times. These obstacles make it tougher.
Dear Penny: My Dad Says to Invest My Roth IRA in Silver, Marijuana
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Dear Penny, I’m a 24-year-old single male and recent college graduate. I have a job but no 401(k) match, so my dad suggested I start a Roth IRA. I don’t have any idea how to invest it. My dad says that since I’m young, I need to take risks. He’s suggested some marijuana stocks and […]

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How Much Money Should You Have Saved For Retirement By 40?
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At some point or another, you’ve probably asked yourself, “how much money should I have saved by 40?” It’s a valid question that can be daunting to think about. The good news is you’re probably already saving money for retirement. The bad news is, you might not be saving enough money to retire when you […]

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How Much People Have Saved for Retirement at Every Age
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How do your retirement savings stack up against those of your peers?
Indexed Universal Life (IUL) vs. 401(k)
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When creating your personal retirement plan, there are a variety of tools you can use to fund your long-term savings goals. An employer-sponsored 401(k) is one of them while indexed universal life insurance (IUL) is another. A 401(k) allows you … Continue reading →

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Should I Move the Money in My 401(k) to Bonds?
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An employer-sponsored 401(k) plan may be an important part of your financial plan for retirement. Between tax-deferred growth, tax-deductible contributions and the opportunity to take advantage of employer matching contributions, a 401(k) can be a useful tool for investing long … Continue reading →

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