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The Top Ten Mistakes People Make in Retirement

Author Credit: by Mark Silverman, CFP® Our clients, amongst other things, want to be assured that they will be able The post The Top Ten Mistakes People Make in Retirement appeared first on Financial Advisor Stuff.
by Financial Advisor Stuff on Apr 27, 2016

The Top Ten Mistakes People Make in Retirement

Author Credit: by Mark Silverman, CFP® Our clients, amongst other things, want to be assured that they will be able The post The Top Ten Mistakes People Make in Retirement appeared first on FinancialAdvisorStuff: Finding financial advisor | personal...
by Financial Advisor Stuff on Apr 27, 2016

Financial Planning for Retirement

Financial Planning for Retirement It is important to have planning for retirement. And for that you have to do financial The post Financial Planning for Retirement appeared first on Practical blog guide about finding financial advisor, personal finan...
by Financial Advisor Stuff on Apr 25, 2016

Small Businesses Can Get IRS Penalty Relief for Unfiled Retirement Plan Returns

Have you failed to file your retirement plan reporting form for your retirement plan? If you have failed to do so, the Internal Revenue Service on July 14, 2015 provides eligible small businesses a low-cost penalty relief program enabling them …...

Personal Equity and Retirement Account (PERA) Act of 2008 (RA 9505)

AN ACT ESTABLISHING A PROVIDENT PERSONAL SAVINGS PLAN, KNOWN AS THE PERSONAL EQUITY AND RETIREMENT ACCOUNT (PERA) SECTION 1. Title. — This Act shall be known as the “Personal Equity and Retirement Account (PERA) Act of 2008″. SEC. 2...

Your Retirement to Chance

Your Retirement to Chance Don’t Leave Your Retirement to Chance… It Will Be Here Sooner Than You Think For women who are in their 30s and 40s, retirement may seem far away. However, it is never too early to start planning and saving for r...
by The Things Women Want on May 20, 2015

The 401-J

     Pretty much every parent that I know thinks that their kids are awesome.  Future Major Leaguers or Heisman Trophy winners.  Future Doctors and Lawyers.  Future Presidents and Nuclear Physicists too!  My ch...
by The Uber Dad Chronicles on Feb 12, 2015

Is Your Retirement Plan a Sound One?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, just more than 50% of Americans in the public sector contributes to a formal retirement plan such as a 401K. On the other hand, 83% of... Read more of the post Is Your Retirement Plan a So...

Your Retirement Plan

Your Retirement Plan Get on Board Your Retirement Plan When you think about it, choosing the right retirement plan advisor (RPA) is almost as important as choosing the right spouse. This person is going to have an insider look at the most intimate &#...
by The Things Women Want on Dec 29, 2014

2014 Year-End Tax Planning Guide For Businesses: Discover 9 Proven Tax Planning Strategies

The arrival of year-end presents special opportunities for most small businesses to take steps in lowering their tax liability. The starting point is to run projections to determine the income and tax bracket for this year and what it may … Con...

Save Savvy: Tips for Calculating the Cost of your Retirement

When it comes to planning for the future, one of the main concerns for most people is saving enough money for retirement. With social security, inflation, and the rising cost of health insurance, there are many factors that determine the amount that...
by 50plusfinance on Oct 12, 2014

Small Businesses: 8 Great Year-End Tax Planning Tips and Tricks: A Must Read

2013 Year-End Tax Planning Guide For Small Businesses The arrival of year-end presents special opportunities for most small businesses to take steps in lowering their tax liability. The starting point is to run projections to determine the income and...

Small Businesses: 8 Great Year-End Tax Planning Tips and Tricks: A Must Read

2013 Year-End Tax Planning Guide For Small Businesses The arrival of year-end presents special opportunities for most small businesses to take steps in lowering their tax liability. The starting point is to run projections to determine the income and...

Best Senior Citizen FD Interest Rates

Interest rates have gone down for the last few months but have started to inch up at least for the short duration. There are few banks which are still offering high interest rates for senior citizens. Fixed deposits have  always been p...
by Best Investment Options on Nov 22, 2013

Investing for Retirement

Retirement may be a long way off for you or it might be right around the corner. No matter how near or far it is, you’ve absolutely got to start Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on Jun 20, 2013

Frugal Friday: Can You Ride Your Motorcycle Into Retirement?

Happy Friday everyone! For those of you in the States we had the joy of a four day work week thanks to it being Memorial Day on Monday. We actually were able to take the day off which is not always the case for us, but it always feels so difficult to...
by Frugal Rules on May 31, 2013

THOT 4 2 Day — 04.29.13

Read your Bible in 1 year: 04.29 Numbers 6 Psalms 40-41 Song Of Solomon 4 Hebrews 4 “There are still strongholds that the enemy has in my flesh and plans that God has yet to fulfill. And as long as God gives me breath, I intend to move forward...
by Laboring In The Lord on Apr 29, 2013

Are You Saving Enough For Retirement In Your 401k? Probably Not!!

Are you saving enough for retirement? How much is enough? Is there really such a thing as saving enough for retirement? While there are a few rules of thumb that you can look at to find out how much money you need to save in your 401k for retirement,...
by Money Q&A on Feb 18, 2013

Why It Is Important To Have A Retirement Plan

True, age is just a number but we have to give it enough attention if we want to live life to the fullest. So if you're young and earning more than enough, it would be a good idea to start setting aside a fraction of your savings for your retirement.
by londonfunds.com on Dec 11, 2012

Retirement Plan Loans, Hardship Distributions to Hurricane Sandy Victims

The IRS is relaxing procedural and administrative rules that normally apply to retirement plan loans and hardship distributions. As a result, eligible retirement plan participants will be able to access their money more quickly with a minimum of red...
by File Your Taxes Now.com on Nov 16, 2012


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