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How to Manage Tax Diversification Like a Boss

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.

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Latest posts in Taxes

Sneaking Around FICA Taxes

What is subjected to FICA taxes and what isn’t? I delve into the matter and see how you can avoid paying these taxes on certain contributions.

Basic Terms You Need To Understand

The world of personal finance can be daunting to jump into. Here are some key terms and phrases that can help you demystify the process.

NY’s Telecommuting Tax Penalty

Working remotely for a company in another state? You might have to pay state taxes twice depending on the city.

5-Year Roth IRA Rules

Investing in a Roth IRA can be a great asset in your financial future. Learn more about the two five-year contribution rules concerning Roth IRAs and how to navigate them.

Tax-Loss Harvesting: What Does It Mean To Be Substantially Identical?

Finding new investments that are not considered substantially identical can be tricky and confusing, especially since the IRS hasn’t set strict guidelines on the practice. Learn more about what robo-advisors are doing in the space and see if you can take some tips from them.

Are You An Overtaxed Investor?

Reading is an easy and important way to increase your personal financial knowledge. The Overtaxed Investor is a great read for those looking to reduce investment related taxes.

The Government’s Free 401(k) Match

Learn about the misconception between today’s rates and tomorrow’s and see why contributing to your 401k today is a no-brainer.

It’s Open Enrollment Season!

It’s that time of year again! Open enrollment can be a confusing process, but don’t let it discourage you from finding the best plan for you and your family.

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