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.
How To Clean Up Those Retirement PlansSo often I hear from listeners who are about to retire and they realize they fall into the category of having too many retirement plans.
The Facts About Rollover IRAsA rollover IRA is when you transfer money from a retirement account into an IRA.
The Over The Hill Retirement Plan Bonus!Congress realized a couple of years back that most workers will not have enough retirement savings set aside for their golden years.
Your Retirement Plan LimitsTax law changes made several years ago put traditional retirement plans on an equal footing.
Your Retirement Plan Is Not A Revolving Savings AccountIt sounds so good, borrow from yourself, and pay yourself back! When you do the actual calculations it doesn’t work that neatly.
IRAs: Rollover IRAsA rollover IRA is when you transfer money from a retirement account into an IRA.
T’is The Season: Planning For 2012To get a head start on this year’s taxes start planning now. Set up a filing system.
Money Matters - Save For Retirement Week: Over The Hill BonusCongress realized a couple of years back that most workers will not have enough retirement savings set aside for their golden years.
Money Matters - Save For Retirement Week: Retirement Plan LimitsYou may have a 401(k), a 403(b) which is for nonprofit organizations such as schools and hospitals, a 457 plan which covers state, county and city employees and there is a Thrift Savings Plan for federal employees.