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Tag: Retirement

Golden IRA egg sitting on money

For IRA contribution purposes, certain third-party sick pay does qualify as compensation. But, there are instances where it is not considered compensation.

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Required Minimum Distributions

Retirees should be aware that, for calendar year 2020, the required minimum distribution (RMD) requirements have been temporarily suspended.

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401k binder on desk

While there are several ways to save on your tax bill, one of the easiest ways is to put money away for retirement.

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Jar with retirement savings

For some of us, retirement seems like an eternity away; for others, it is just around the corner. It is never too early to start saving for the future.

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Victory

Here is a list of some of the taxpayers who will generally benefit from the new tax law.

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glasses and pen laying on top of tax form

I retired from my main source of employment due to some health issues, but I am not ready for Social Security and I am not yet retirement age at 57.

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Required Minimum Distributions

When you reach a certain age the government requires that you withdraw money every year from many of your pre-tax retirement accounts, such as IRAs and 401ks.

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