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Tag : Roth IRA

23 Nov

Roth IRA Interest Rates and Returns Explained

Updated on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 A Roth IRA can be an excellent way to set money aside for retirement, but knowing how to make your money grow in a Roth IRA can be confusing. The first thing to understand about Roth IRAs is that they don’t have their own […]

15 Nov

What to Know About Traditional IRAs-Individual Retirement Accounts

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Updated on Monday, November 15, 2021 Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) are investment accounts with tax benefits that are specifically designed to help you save and grow money for retirement. There are several types of IRAs and they differ mostly due to tax implications. A traditional IRA is one of the […]

26 Oct

9 Ways to Bring your Dream House to Reality

It’s a dream that all the couples have and indeed I along with my husband have been planning for the same for a long. Well, family planning and planning to buy a house are two major areas that require a lot of attention and proper decision-making. It was the time […]

23 Sep

Here’s your 10 minute Guide to a Worry-Free Retirement

Would you believe that 85 percent of American pre-retirees dread retirement? That’s according to a poll done by Greenwald & Associates for the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS). The report paints a grim picture of the financial state of senior citizens in America. It states that nearly 25 percent […]

04 Sep

Best IRA Account Providers September 2021

Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) are investment vehicles designed to help you save for retirement. If you have a company-sponsored retirement plan, like a 401(k), IRAs are an important supplement to further boost retirement savings. If you’re self-employed, IRAs are your main tool for saving up the nest egg you need […]

03 Sep

The 7 Best Online Brokers for September 2021

Updated on Wednesday, September 1, 2021 The easiest way to start investing from home is through an online broker. A broker’s main job is to buy and sell stocks, bonds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and other securities that make up your portfolio. When choosing an online broker it’s important to consider […]

12 Aug

How to Set Up Your 401(k)

Thanks to its high contribution limits and automatic, straight-from-your-paycheck deferrals, a 401(k) is an excellent way to build a sizable nest egg over time. But before you get that ball rolling, you’ve got a little bit of homework to do. In this post, we’ll walk you through how to set […]

31 Jul

What is a 529 Plan and Should I Open One?

Going to college is more expensive than ever before. According to The College Board, a four-year degree at a public, in-state university can cost nearly $40,000. Opt for a private school and that number jumps to over $120,000. With the high cost of college, saving for your child’s education is […]

21 Mar

NCUA vs FDIC: Understanding the Differences

Kate Ashford You deposit money in the bank because it’s safe and always available when you need it. But who ensures that the money kept in banks and credit unions is safe? That’s the job of the FDIC and the NCUA. The FDIC is the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the […]

15 Feb

Hands off that IRA! Why Early Retirement Withdrawal is a Bad Idea

Dori Zinn Building your retirement savings throughout a lifetime takes a lot of hard work and dedication. And if you’re going through a hard time, taking money out from your retirement savings can be tempting. But early retirement withdrawal has a lot of drawbacks that could hurt you in the […]