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Many have heard of the Roth IRA, with it’s many retirement savings benefits, but did you know that the Roth concept has come to the 401(k)?
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Mar 15
 

 

Editor-At-Large Jill Schlesinger explains to an author how a retirement calculator will estimate the future value of her retirement savings and determine if she has enough to retire.
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Mar 14
 

 

A 401k and IRA don’t have many differences other than the fact that a 401k is used by employers to aid in financial retirement savings, and an IRA is taken c…
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Feb 15
 

 

If you have not already made your Roth or Traditional IRA contribution for 2011, you should plan to do so. The longer the money has to grow, the better off you should be. Traditional IRAs and employer-sponsored retirement plans, such as 401(k) plans, allow you to contribute funds pretax, reducing your 2011 taxable income. Contributions that you make to a Roth IRA or a Roth 401(k) plan are made with after-tax dollars, but qualified Roth distributions are completely free from federal income tax, making these retirement savings vehicles very appealing. For 2011, you can contribute up to 500 to a 401(k) plan (000 if you’re age 50 or older), and up to 00 to a traditional or Roth IRA (00 if you’re age 50 or older). The window to make 2011 contributions to an employer plan closes at the end of the year, while you generally have until the due date of your federal income tax return (not extended) to make 2011 IRA contributions.
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