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Kiplinger's Retirement Report
The window is closing fast to ask your IRA custodian to put that Roth money back into a traditional IRA before the break disappears for good.
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Building up a Roth nest egg can pay off in spades for retirees. Money in a Roth IRA grows tax-free, and the account doesn’t have required minimum distributions—so you withdraw the money only when you ...
Strategies for getting the most money by timing your claims.
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For many Americans, Social Security benefits are the bedrock of retirement income. Maximizing that stream of income is critical to funding your retirement dreams.
The rules for claiming benefits can ...
How to best leave IRA assets to heirs has long been a popular topic among Kiplinger's Retirement Report readers. And the response to our recent cover story, "How Heirs Can Maximize an IRA", left no doubt ...
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Halfway through the tax year is always a good time to assess where you stand with Uncle Sam. You can see how the year’s tax bill is taking shape while you still have plenty of time to make tax-saving ...
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Retirees should spend less on brand-name prescriptions in 2019, but it's still a good idea to compare Part D options during open enrollment this fall.
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Taxpayers, including high-income retirees, who've been snared by the AMT before have a better chance of being spared in 2018 and beyond.
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Knowing the rules for inheriting IRAs can help avoid simple mistakes that come with big consequences.
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Plot a Social Security claiming strategy now to ensure the surviving wife or husband will be eligible for the most Social Security income later.
Medicare premiums for Part B and Part D can increase significantly for beneficiaries with high earnings. Here's how to avoid income-based Medicare surcharges.
Only 17 states, plus Washington, D.C., still have estate taxes or inheritance taxes (or both) on the books.
Bone up on strategies that will get you the maximum Social Security benefits you've earned.
The federal tax code is undergoing its first significant makeover in 30 years. The new tax law, most of it effective just days after President Trump signed it right before Christmas, installs a bevy of ...
All is not lost for those who start saving fiercely later in life.
See More From: Saving for Retirement
More companies have been making the move as administrative costs rise and as pension liabilities become more transparent on corporate balance sheets.
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Find out if, and why, you'll be paying more.