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December 21st, 2012

Difference Between Traditional IRA and Roth IRA

(George Sterling) - There is a lot of variety available when it comes to Individual Retirement Accounts. The most common types of individual retirement accounts include Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs. Traditional IRAs In traditional IRAs, you can defer taxes till you start receiving disbursements from your retirement account. The Internal Revenue Service permits investors to invest up [...]

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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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January 12th, 2010

Stretch Out Your IRA Assets For Future Generations

(Tad Majerek) - Like most people, you’ve probably spent years building your retirement savings in an IRA by saving in a disciplined manner and investing to help it grow. If you’d like your children and grandchildren to benefit from your retirement savings, consider the benefits of a “stretch-out” IRA.

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January 4th, 2010

Three Advantages of a Roth IRA

(Hampton Scurlock) - Many may not understand what a Roth IRA is, and what some of the benefits of a Roth IRA are. But there are three advantages that a Roth IRA can offer if your estate value is under the Applicable Exclusion Amount ($1.5 million in 2005, and $2 million in years 2006 & 2007) and if one of your planning goals is to leave as much money as possible to your heirs.

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December 14th, 2009

Three Advantages of a Roth IRA

(Caren Sgarlato) - Many may not understand what a Roth IRA is, and what some of the benefits of a Roth IRA are. But there are three advantages that a Roth IRA can offer if your estate value is under the Applicable Exclusion Amount ($1.5 million in 2005, and $2 million in years 2006 & 2007) and if one of your planning goals is to leave as much money as possible to your heirs.

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September 25th, 2009

Taking Advantage of Down Markets

(Marcel Dupre) - There are many opportunities that this financial crisis has opened for us. Here are a few things you can do or we can do for you at this time:

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September 25th, 2009

Saving for Retirement in 2009 – Use the ROTH !

(Marcel Dupre) - If you are trying to take advantage of the down markets and you want to put away some money for your future, check out the Roth accounts. A Roth account can come in different forms as a Roth IRA, a Roth 401(k), and a Roth 403(b). Using a Roth is a no-brainer if you think tax rates will be higher in the future and your income will be the same or more later because in general, if you wait until retirement to take money out of a Roth, you won’t owe any taxes on your withdrawals.

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June 25th, 2009

Use Roths For Wealth Creation And Transfer

(Joe Lyons) - Roth retirement plans are one of the best wealth creation tools available. They are also one of the most underutilized. Simply stated, Roth's are accounts that are funded with after-tax money, which can grow tax-free as long as the account exists. The contribution limits are the same as for pre-tax accounts.

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September 15th, 2008

Roth IRA

(Money Manager) - Roth IRA's have become a tremendously popular investment option for retirement, but what exactly is a Roth IRA? This article will tackle some common questions about the basics of Roth IRA's and clear up some of the confusion you may have.

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September 15th, 2008

Taxes on Early Distributions from Retirement Plans

(Money Manager) - Payments that you receive from your IRA or qualified retirement plan before you reach age 59½ are normally called ‘early’ or ‘premature’ distributions. These funds are subject to an additional 10 percent tax and must be reported to the IRS.

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