The Over The Hill BonusCongress increased the amount workers could contribute to their retirement plans but then realized that older workers closer to retirement were in rough shape.
Retirement Plan LimitsLet’s start with the employer plans, 60% of employers offer some sort of retirement plan, but only about 50% of employees take advantage of the plans offered.
Using Your Retirement Plan As A Revolving Savings AccountAccording to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s latest study on borrowing, more than 20% of participants have outstanding loans from their retirement plans.
I-Team: Boston Daycare Workers Cheated Out Of Retirement SavingsWhen a Boston daycare and pre-school shut down, its workers tried to access their retirement savings. Some found big discrepancies between what they put in and what was actually deposited.
Mid-Year Tax Planning For Your Retirement PlansMid-year is a good time to take stock of your retirement accounts.
Retirement At Age 70½Congress and the IRS decided that you cannot leave your pre-tax retirement savings growing forever tax-deferred, so they chose 70½ for you to begin mandatory withdrawals.
Retirement Planning For Those Double Digits: 55Age 55 seems to be a magical number...but very few individuals can realize an early retirement.
The Importance Of Age 50 For Retirement PlanningMany birthdays are key to successful retirement planning...and as these birthdays creep up, you need to do some planning.
Your Over The Hill Retirement Plan BonusWorkers over 50 can contribute an extra $5,500 this year to their 401(k), 403(b), 457.
Know Your Retirement Plan Options And LimitsSixty percent of employers offer some sort of retirement plan but only about fifty percent of employees take advantage of the plans offered.
Your Retirement Plan Is Not A Revolving Savings AccountAccording to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s latest study on borrowing, about 20% of IRA participants have outstanding loans from their plans.