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Business ownersRetirement PlanningSecure ActSolo 401(k)Tax planningUpdated for 2020

Small Business Retirement Plans with Tax Benefits for Solos, Part-timers, or Companies with Employees

Self-employed business owners and entrepreneurs working for themselves part-time have a lot of flexibility when it comes to saving for retirement and managing their taxes. Though self-employed retirement plans are quite easy to set up and fund, there are some deadlines to be aware of. Particularly for individuals with significant…
October 15, 2019
Building WealthFinancial PlanningForbesRoth IRASecure ActTax planningUpdated for 2020Wealth and Family

How a Roth IRA Could Make Your Kid a Millionaire

For most parents, it's a trifecta: help your kids learn about investing, save for retirement, and get fast-tracked to becoming a millionaire. It's possible, and surprisingly attainable. Here's how it works: if a teenage or college-aged kid has earned income (i.e. a part-time job), they are eligible to contribute to an IRA, even if…
September 3, 2019
Cash ManagementFinancial PlanningInfographicsInvestingRetirement PlanningSecure ActTax planningTraditional IRAUpdated for 2020

Non-Deductible IRA Contributions Aren’t Worth It – Here’s Why

5 reasons you shouldn't make nondeductible contributions to an IRA Are non-deductible IRA contributions worth it? Most high-income individuals are unable to make tax-deductible contributions to a traditional IRA due to IRS limits, yet their earnings level may allow the capacity to save more after maxing out a 401(k). Although any…
July 23, 2019