Category: retirement


Options For Your Money In Employer-Sponsored Retirement Accounts When Switching Jobs.

The new issue of T. Rowe Price Investor magazine just showed up here, and as usual it’s got some great stuff in it. (All of our retirement/mutual funds are held over there) This month they have an article on 4 paths you can follow with your retirement savings that were held in an employer-sponsored savings […]


Money Mistake Monday – The Oh Crap I Waited To Long To Save For Retirement Syndrome.

Today’s installment of Money Mistake Monday has to do with saving for retirement. Sure, it seems like a long way off, but the earlier you get started, the easier it will be to reach your necessary goals. A lot of young people cannot see the future that far out, and that is why they put […]


How Much Can You Contribute To An IRA?

Depending on your age, marriage status and your income, the amount that you and/or your spouse can contribute to an IRA will vary. Since I have gotten a few questions from readers in regards to this, I wanted to point out a handy dandy calculator that can estimate how much you can contribute this year […]


Retirement: 10 years left, 0 savings – Money Magazine

Um, how scary is this? Walter Updegrave from Money Magazine is trying to help these people who have 10 years left until retirement…and no nest egg. First piece of advice? Start saving…like crazy. “If you save $500 a month for the next 10 years and earn an 8 percent annual return, for example, you’ll have […]

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