It’s time to dig out those receipts for last year’s charitable contributions.
The mother of all birthdays has come and gone and the first of the Boomers are now getting senior discounts when they go to the movies.
Workers over 50 can contribute an extra $5,500 this year to their 401(k), 403(b), 457.
Mid-year is a good time to take stock of your retirement accounts.
For the record, I am a card carrying member of AARP and I do read their publications.
Roth IRAs have some interesting features that the traditional IRA does not.
Looking for a tax shelter? The best way to beat taxes is by investing in your retirement plan.
If you don’t have a receipt and you are audited, the IRS will disallow your contributions.
70 percent of employers currently offer retirement plans, and of those employers only 52 percent of workers participate.
Tax law changes made several years ago put traditional retirement plans on an equal footing.