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2010 Roth IRA Conversion Rules: What’s the Big Deal About 2010?
Sun, 08/15/10 | 5 Comments
2010 Roth IRA Conversion Rules: What’s the Big Deal About 2010?

2010 Roth IRA Conversions: Why this Year is Special
Roth IRA conversions in 2010 are of special significance due to some unique tax circumstances and rule changes. If you’ve considered making a Roth IRA conversion from …

Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) Vs. Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI)
Sun, 08/1/10 | 18 Comments
Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) Vs. Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI)

Once a year, when tax time comes around, you get the terms gross income, adjusted gross income (AGI), and modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) shoved in your face… a lot. And since you’re only faced …

Roth 401K Contibution Maximum Contribution & Comparisons to Traditional 401K
Tue, 05/18/10 | 13 Comments
Roth 401K Contibution Maximum Contribution & Comparisons to Traditional 401K

Roth 401K‘s are becoming increasingly popular in the American workplace. My present employer offers the Roth 401K, and before signing up for one, I had a lot of questions about them. In this post, I’ll …

What is the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit? Can I Claim it?
Mon, 01/18/10 | No Comment
What is the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit? Can I Claim it?

Yet another case where NOT making much money actually pays off. If your income is below the follow adjusted gross income (AGI) levels for the 2011 and 2012 tax year, you may be eligible for …

2010 IRS Maximum Allowed Roth & Traditional IRA Contribution Limits
Mon, 12/28/09 | 4 Comments
2010 IRS Maximum Allowed Roth & Traditional IRA Contribution Limits

Update: the 2014 maximum IRA contributions have since been released if you are looking for current information. You can also find the the 2011, 2012, and 2013 maximums at those links.
The Deadlines for your 2009 …

My Battle with ETrade Over a $25 Fee on a No-Fee IRA
Sun, 03/29/09 | 10 Comments
My Battle with ETrade Over a $25 Fee on a No-Fee IRA

ETrade Paper Statement Fee Strikes!
Back in 2005, I started a Roth IRA with ETrade because they offered a ‘no-fee IRA’ and they had a reputable name. They were my first online broker account. All stock …


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