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Retirement Advice For Which Plan To Use

There are many ways to put back money for retirement and many ways to invest without a saving of money for retirement. Some of the plans that can be used for retirement include Individual Retirement Accounts and company retirement accounts. Discussed below are the advantages and disadvantages to holding an individual retirement account known as a Roth IRA.

A Roth IRA is a retirement account that allows for an individual within a certain income bracket to contribute a certain amount of money each year to a fund. The fund is not tax deferred meaning that the year the money is … Read more at 2010 Tax.

Best Places To Live In The US – Deciding Before Retirement


At a party last week there started a discussion about the best places to live in the US. It quickly turned to matters of living in a pleasant climate with low cost of living as the group was primarily of the age about to reach retirement.

These friends were vigorously debating the virtues of living in a warm climate mostly to avoid the drudgery are dealing with winter temperatures and precipitation. Places like the Southwest and southern states dominated the conversation throughout.

If you are in the same age category as my friends and myself, there is a good … Read more at 2010 Tax.

IRA: Traditional IRA and Roth IRA

When two things are present and you have to pick one, you should compare first the two before making a decision. Because that IRA has two forms which are the traditional IRA and the Roth IRA, it is then valuable to compare these two so that you can determine which of them is the best for you.

In order to distinguish one from the other, we will compare the Roth IRA and the traditional IRA with regards to their rules ad regulations.

Traditional IRA Rules and Roth IRA Rules

Of course, there are qualifications before an individual person can … Read more at 2010 Tax.

How Big Is Your Pension Fund? Tips for the Future

Do you actively monitor your pension fund? Do you know how your pension plans are performing? Recent surveys suggest that at least two thirds of the population neither understand nor routinely monitor their pension plans. Part of the problem is that pension information is often confusing. But if the recent economic crisis has taught us anything, it’s that we need to pay much closer attention to how we are going to finance our futures.

It’s important to remember that pension plan investments are subject to market volatility and can go down as well as up. In a new US … Read more at 2010 Tax.

SEP IRA: the Flexible Retirement Plan

Choosing a retirement plan for your company can get very confusing. There are a lot of plans available today, each with their own pros and cons. If you are running a small business with a small group of employees or currently self-employed, then you would want a retirement plan that is easy to setup and flexible with contributions and fees. If these are the qualities that you want from a retirement plan, then consider getting a SEP IRA. But what is a SEP IRA?

Employer-Employee Synergy

A SEP is a retirement plan setup by employers for easy distribution of contributions … Read more at 2010 Tax.

3 Reasons Roth IRA’s Make A Great Place To Save Retirement Money

If you’re considering the type of investment you should put your retirement money into look no further.  In this article I’m going to show you three reasons why the Roth IRA is the best fit for this option.

First off a Roth IRA has the ability to let you pull money or take a distribution tax free after age 59 and a half without enduring a penalty.  This means whatever you have in your account is not going to be taxed. However with a traditional individual retirement account you have to pay taxes on ever dime you pull out of … Read more at 2010 Tax.

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