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Roth IRA Contribution Limits for 2019

After six years of being stuck at $5,500, the amount IRA owners can contribute to an Individual Retirement Account is being bumped up to $6,000 for 2019. The amount you can contribute to a 401K or a similar employer-sponsored retirement plan goes up from $18,500 in 2018 to $19,000 in 2019. Catch-up contribution limits if […]

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Protecting your Retirement from a Financial Crisis

So first thing’s first, I’m not the fear-mongering type. I personally really hate it when pundits prey on people’s worst instincts. But there is, unfortunately, something to be said for financial forecasting, right? It’s more (at least somewhat) more science-based, and less I’ve-got-a-feeling-something-bad-is-gonna-happen. There are patterns and signs for what’s to come, and we know […]

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When Withdrawing Funds from your IRA are Penalty-Free

It’s not uncommon that contributions that workers make to their IRA are prematurely withdrawn. An IRA is intended to supplement income in retirement years, but as the future and some circumstances are often out of our control, an IRA is sometimes used in other ways than retirement. Should workers need to take funds from their […]

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