There a few limited circumstances where a partial 401(k) rollover makes sense.
You can either fight the tax code or learn it.
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If you want to retire with the most money, look at creating different accounts that will give you access to tax-free money, tax-deferred money and some taxable money. This will allow you to draw from all three types of accounts in retirement, keeping your taxable income low and ensuring you pay minimal taxes on your tax-deferred money.Read More
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If you want to save money on taxes, the worst time to do it is April 15th and the best time to do it is right before the end of the calendar year.
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Don’t let the new tax code get the better of you. Hear from guest blogger Paul Carlson about ways you can still reduce your tax burden for the next year.
To save your HSA money for the future or spend it for medical expenses? Let’s look at two common ways to handle your HSA account and decide which one is the best avenue for you.
I did a couple hypothetical moves and calculated how much tax I would be paying in each place. Some of the results might surprise you.
It’s finally here, my 2018 taxes broken down for you. See how my tax report this year stacks up against the one from last year.
Feel like you missed out on some potential contributions to your retirement accounts this past year? Never fear, there are still some opportunities you can take advantage of now.