Retirement planning should start with your first job but it doesn’t for most people!
In doing research on Dumb Money Moves I found a great list in a CNN article.
To get a head start on this year’s taxes start planning now. Set up a filing system.
WBZ’s Dee Lee tells you what you can and can’t deduct on your income taxes.
My wife and I both turn 40 this year. We have about $300,000 saved in our retirement plans.
Congress and the IRS decided that you could not leave your pre-tax retirement savings growing forever tax-deferred, so they chose 70½ for you to begin your mandatory withdrawals.
The number I am looking for is actually 59½!
Age 55 seems to be a magical number. It’s the elusive goal!
With thousands of mutual funds to choose from, you need a disciplined process to whittle down the number to something that is manageable.
It’s almost the New Year and it’s a good time to review what benefits you have at work.