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December 21st, 2012

Tips For Diversifying Your Gold IRA

(George Sterling) - Individual retirement accounts have risen to massive popularity because they offer many advantages over the traditional 401k retirement accounts. The best way of maximizing the returns you get on your retirement is to open a gold-eligible IRA account. Gold IRAs are a top choice amongst the masses because they allow them to diversify and spread [...]

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December 12th, 2012

Things To Look For In IRA Investment Accounts

(George Sterling) - There are many ways in which you can invest these days. Investment has allowed majority of the people to become wealthy as it permits individuals to build on their existing wealth. There are different types of investments that you can opt for and one of the easiest ways to invest is by making IRA investments. [...]

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October 11th, 2010

What is an Inherited IRA?

(Money Manager) - The term "inherited IRA" is used to refer to an individual retirement account (IRA), which after the owner's death, is left to one of his or her beneficiaries. The tax laws for IRA plan inheritance can be quite complicated for the average person to figure out. Because of this, it is generally recommended that any beneficiaries who inherit an IRA seek out the counsel of a tax professional or financial advisor.

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October 4th, 2010

The Individual Retirement Annuity Plan

(Money Manager) - Individual retirement annuity plans are set up so that they share many structural similarities with a regular individual retirement plan (IRA). However, in the case of an individual retirement annuity plan, there are certain conditions that have to be met and an annuity contract has to be purchased. Individual retirement annuity plans have to be issued in the name of the owner.

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August 9th, 2010

What are Spousal IRA Plans?

(Money Manager) - The term "spousal IRA" refers to an IRA that is set up and funded by an individual specifically for his or her spouse. These plans are generally implemented when a person's spouse has little or no income as a way to plan and save for that person's retirement.

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May 17th, 2010

What is a Tax-Deferred Savings Plan?

(Money Manager) - A tax-deferred savings plan is usually an account that is associated with a person's retirement savings, such as a 401(k) plan or an IRA. Tax deferred plans are also available for other purposes, including education savings plans. These plans work by deferring any taxable income accumulated in the account until a particular date or until the money is withdrawn, depending on the details of the account.

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May 15th, 2010

What is a Thrift Savings Plan?

(Money Manager) - A thrift savings plan, commonly referred to as a "TSP," is a retirement plan that was created as a result of the Federal Employees Retirement System Act of 1986. This plan was designed to provide for the retirement needs of those who worked for the federal civil service. The thrift savings plan was designed to provide these federal employees with the same kind of retirement savings plan that private sector employees have as a result of a 401(k) plan. Contributing to the thrift savings plan is accomplished in a similar fashion as with other retirement planning accounts, with a set amount being automatically deducted from the employee's paycheck while they are employed. There are a variety of funds within the thrift savings plan that a person can choose from when planning their retirement investments.

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September 18th, 2009

Required Minimum Distributions are Waived For 2009

(Mark Rogers) - Retirees over the age of 70 ½ have, prior to 2009, been required to withdraw a small percentage of their retirement accounts (401k, IRA's, etc.). This is the government's way of gaining tax revenues on money that had been growing for years tax deferred. The person taking the distribution was required to pay income tax, at their current tax rate, on any money withdrawn.

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September 15th, 2008

Choosing a Retirement Plan

(Money Manager) - Sometimes it seems as though everyone has a 401(k) plan these days. Did you ever consider getting one yourself but just don’t know how they work? Have no fear. We’re with the government and we’re here to help you. Really.

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September 1st, 2008

Certified IRA Services Professional (CISP)

(Money Manager) - This designation is offered by the Institute of Certified Bankers.

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