Retirement Saving & Investing

  • Is Moving IRA Accounts Offshore Legal?

    Queries about moving IRA accounts offshore are being raised by future retirees who plan to retire overseas or by those being enticed to invest their retirement funds on offshore properties. Offshore investing is touted as a viable vehicle for tax avoidance...
    By ciel s cantoria March 24, 2011 

  • Can You Invest In IRA and 401k Both at the Same Time

    Looking to sock away a little extra money for retirement? Looking for a way to save on taxes by investing more retirement money? How about investing in both an IRA account and a 401k plan?
    By Brian Nelson March 18, 2011 

  • What is the Latest Date to Make an IRA Contribution in 2012 for 2011

    Many people believe that an IRA contribution must be made prior to December 31 of the tax year in order to qualify for the tax deduction. However, the IRS tax filing deadline varies, depending on your individual circumstances.
    By Finn Orfano March 14, 2011 

  • 2010 Roth IRA Limits Contributions and Following Years

    Roth IRAs have fast become a preferred way to save for a comfortable retirement. Their tax advantages allow for long-term investing gains to be kept tax-free, but there are limits for Roth IRAs. Here are the 2010 Roth IRA Contribution Limits and Income...
    By Brian Nelson March 11, 2011 

  • A Guide to IRA Hardship Withdrawal Limits

    Withdrawing from a retirement plan should always be a last resort. When there are no other options, how much can you withdraw from the plan, and what are the consequences of doing so?
    By William Springer November 30, 2010 

  • Rollover 401(k) While At Current Job to IRA

    You know that after you leave your job that you can rollover your 401(k) account to another qualified retirement plan like an IRA account. But, what if you want to rollover your 401k while you still work at your current employer?
    By Brian Nelson November 15, 2010 

  • A Guide to an Inherited IRA

    How do you minimize taxes on an inherited IRA? What are the rules regarding an inherited IRA when the beneficiary is the sole surviving spouse? What are the options for non-spouse beneficiaries?
    By Mariam Anthony October 15, 2010 

  • Basic Principles of Investing for Retirement

    Here are some basic principles you will need to incorporate into your investment strategy when planning for retirement. These basic principles of investing for retirement help you make the proper choices when it comes to planning.
    By Steve McFarlane August 29, 2010 

  • 401(k) Contribution Limits 2010 and Beyond

    One of the best and easiest ways to save for retirement is to maximize the contributions to your 401k plan. The maximum amount you can contribute changes every year though. What is the maximum 401(k) plan contribution in 2010, and what will it...
    By Brian Nelson August 2, 2010 

  • 3 Must Know Tips to Invest for Early Retirement

    The unemployment situation in the United States is not improving much with millions of Americans out of work or soon to be out of work. Many are considering early retirement options as job security dwindles. Knowing how to invest for early retirement...
    By ShawnTe July 24, 2010 
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