2015 Traditional & Roth IRA Contribution Limits
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2015 Traditional & Roth IRA Maximum Contribution Limits
Unfortunately, 2015 will not bring an increase in the maximum individual retirement account contribution amount. The 2015 maximum IRA contribution limit is still capped at $5,500, the same …

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2014 Energy Tax Credit Details
January 13, 2014 | 6 Comments
2014 Energy Tax Credit Details

Energy Tax Credits
Before I cover the 2014 energy tax credits, first an update on last year’s energy tax credits that you might not have known about and could help you out on your tax return.
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Share your Biggest Ups & Downs in 2013 & Set Goals for 2014
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Share your Biggest Ups & Downs in 2013 & Set Goals for 2014

Happy new year!
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The Best 20SomethingFinance Posts of 2013
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Should you Contribute to a 401k or IRA when in Debt? Apply the 5% Cutoff Rule
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The …


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