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What Is A 401(k)? How Does It Work?

A 401(k) is a retirement plan many workers are offered through work that gives you lots of tax incentives to save for their retirement. The funky name comes from the part of the Internal Revenue Code that defines the rules and regulations for these accounts. A 401(k) is what is also known as a defined-contribution...

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How Retirement Impacts Your Taxes

For most of us, retirement is a crowning financial achievement. It’s the chance to finally ditch long commutes, business attire, and conference calls for good. There’s a long list of things you can leave behind, but sadly, paying Uncle Sam isn’t one of them. Here’s a look at your income in retirement and how it...

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5 Best Financial Decisions in your 60s

You have been preparing for retirement for decades. You are so close. Now it’s time to get the final items off your plate so you can get ready and retire. This has been a long time coming, here we go! Ace these 5 financial moves so you can finally retire (and stay retired). Shuffleboard optional.

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5 Best Financial Decisions in your 50s

Now that retirement is coming into view, focusing on a few key financial moves today can ensure you will land in retirement in solid shape. Don’t be too proud to play catch up, while setting up tax-free income for retirement.

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5 Best Financial Decisions in your 40s

When you land in your 40s, financial juggling skills would come in handy given all the goals (challenges) on your plate. Raising the kids. Raising your retirement savings. All while likely handling some big-ticket debts, from continuing to pay off student loans to a home mortgage.

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5 Best Financial Decisions in your 30s

Making the smartest financial moves in your 30s is all about fine-tuning a few moves you started in your 20s, and being smart about your borrowing. Now that you are earning more, and perhaps are married –with kids aboard, or in the plans – finding the right balance between spending and saving for tomorrow is...