If you want to retire early, you may want to access money in your retirement accounts before age 59 ½. A Roth conversion ladder strategy gives you a way to access more of your retirement funds early, penalty-free. Learn how Roth conversion ladders work and whether this strategy makes sense for you.
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To reach financial independence young and live off your investment income, you’ll need a mix of taxable and tax-sheltered accounts to maximize your savings, minimize your tax liability, and ensure you have funds to live on available at every age. Curious how to achieve this? Read on to learn more.
A 403(b) retirement savings plan is a tax-advantaged way for public school and nonprofit employees to save for retirement. What is a 403(b) plan, how does it work compared to other retirement accounts, and should you participate if your employer offers one? Find out here.
You must understand the tax implications of your retirement accounts so you know how much money you’ll have available when you need it. When you retire and start withdrawing money from your IRA and 401(k), the taxes you owe can take a big chunk out of your total. Learn what to expect here.
The government wants to help you save for retirement by giving you incentives like tax-deferred growth and deductible contributions through IRAs and work-sponsored plans. But while the government forgoes taxes on the front-end, it doesn’t want to end up entirely empty-handed. At the age of 70 1/2, you’re required to start taking withdrawals from most