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Kiplinger's Retirement Report
There are still moves that IRA owners can make to help ease the transfer of their legacy to their chosen beneficiaries and save some money from the taxman.
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Uncle Sam will sock you with an annual penalty until you fix your mistake.
Now is the time to assess your financial situation, look ahead and mark your calendar.
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Travel insurance may protect you if have to cancel or interrupt a trip, or if you get sick while on the road.
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High-income retirees will experience the biggest changes.
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It's time to look for last-minute moves that can shrink your 2019 tax bill. But the end of the year is coming fast, so don't procrastinate.
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Ways to get your voice heard on possible new life expectancy tables that would affect your money.
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Some retirees are concerned about a provision that could require heirs to empty inherited retirement accounts within 10 years and pay a lot more in taxes.
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Manage withdrawals from multiple retirement accounts carefully to avoid surprises (and penalties).
Degrees of legal protection differ for 401(k)s and IRAs.
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This tax-saving move will result in more money in your pocket if you inherit employer stock.
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Social Security benefits have long been a critical part of Americans’ retirement income plans. After all, the monthly benefits provide a stream of income that is adjusted for inflation annually and can’t ...
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The IRS is reducing the number of schedules and improving the form to make it less confusing.
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Easier-to-read form highlights retirement income streams and other tax benefits for citizens 65 and older.
You'll need to crunch some numbers before you contribute more toward your qualified longevity annuity contract for retirement.
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As July Fourth nears, there are fireworks to enjoy and cookouts to attend. But in the midst of all the celebrating, assess where you stand with Uncle Sam halfway through the tax year. “It’s a good ...
Nixing the age cap for contributions and raising the age to start required minimum distributions could affect workers, retirees and heirs.