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401(k)s, free markets and crafting your message

Richard Rutner

Clear a case as any of a choice between government intervention and  free markets regarding a practice near and dear to many of our hearts: 401(k)s and employee retirement programs. 467 more words

After-tax Contributions Make a Comeback

Late last year, the Internal Revenue Service published new rules for in-plan Roth conversions. The updated guidance explained how to transfer account balances to after-tax Roth inside a retirement plan and affirmed that essentially all vested accounts were eligible for this conversion. 1,290 more words

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You're Getting Ready to Retire... is Your Money Ready?

The baby boomers are retiring and preparing to retire by the millions: According to the AARP, 8,000 people turn 65 every day in America. But even if boomers are ready to retire physically, psychologically and chronologically, many are not ready financially. 668 more words

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It Isn’t Too Late to Save for Retirement. By John Jastremski

If you’re 40 or 50 and haven’t begun, you must make the effort.

Some people start saving for retirement at 20, 25, or 30. Others start later, and while their accumulated assets will have fewer years of compounding to benefit from, that shouldn’t discourage them to the point of doing nothing. 1,227 more words

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Practical Money Skills: Seven Money Habits to Curb Now

Seven Money Habits to Curb Now

Whether it is biting our fingernails, losing track of house keys or procrastinating; we all have some bad financial habits that we’d like to break.

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Money Tips

6 Ways Move Towards the Money! 

I am not to sure about you but I can list about 5 things I would do with any one of these amounts. Lets Start with 5k… 136 more words

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White House looking to creep into 401(k)s

By Jonathon M. Trugman – Re-Blogged From The New York Post

Last Monday, President Obama attacked Wall Street, again, for essentially helping in what the federal government and businesses can no longer provide — a decent retirement. 630 more words

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