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Saver's Credit: A Retirement Tax Break for the Middle Class
Tax Breaks If your income isn't too high, the Saver's Credit can help lower your tax bill if you contribute to a retirement account now.
12 Questions Retirees Often Get Wrong About Taxes in Retirement
retirement You worked hard to build your retirement nest egg. But do you know how to minimize taxes on your savings?
By the editors of Kiplinger's Personal Finance Publishedretirement
Retirement Planning for the Self-Employed: 5 Options for Lowering Taxes and Maximizing Saving
IRAs Being your own boss has its perks, and those include special retirement savings possibilities, such as SIMPLE IRAs, SEP IRAs and Solo 401(k)s.
By Andy Leung, Private Wealth Adviser PublishedIRAs
6 Money-Smart Ways to Spend Your Third Stimulus Check
Coronavirus and Your Money If you don't have to use your third stimulus check for basic necessities, consider putting the money to work for you. You'll thank yourself later.
By Sandra Block PublishedCoronavirus and Your Money
"Above-the-Line" Deductions for Your 2021 Tax Return
Tax Breaks If, like most people, you claim the standard deduction instead of itemized deductions on your return, there are still many other tax deductions available that could save you a lot of money.
By David Muhlbaum PublishedTax Breaks
Tax Tip: Reporting a 2020 RMD From an IRA That You Later Returned
Coronavirus and Your Money If you paid back a "required minimum distribution" from an IRA last year, you still have to report the payout on your 2020 tax return.
By Joy Taylor PublishedCoronavirus and Your Money
Your Guide to Roth Conversions
Tax Breaks A Kiplinger Special Report
By Jenny Cohan PublishedTax Breaks
How 13 Types of Retirement Income Get Taxed
retirement When you're planning for retirement, it's fun to contemplate all the travel and rounds of golf ahead of you, but don't forget about taxes.
By Joy Taylor Publishedretirement
10 Things Social Security Recipients Need to Know About Their Second Stimulus Check
social security It's a bit more difficult for Social Security recipients to learn the ins and outs of second-round stimulus checks, since there are a few special rules that only apply to them.
By Rocky Mengle Publishedsocial security
There's Still Time to Contribute to Your IRA and Cut Your Taxes
Tax Breaks Although you need to act quickly, you still have time to make a 2021 IRA contribution and lower your tax bill.
By Sandra Block PublishedTax Breaks