New Limits set by IRS for 2015 Retirement Plan Contributions

IRS Retirement Plan Contributions

Retirement plans run by IRS are reliable and good for one to secure its future well. Whether you talk about a government employee or about those who are self employed, IRS represents awesome retirement plan for all. Basically, contribution in a retirement plan includes the amount contributed by employer and employees that will be paid at the time of retirement. […]

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Should you use your retirement savings to pay off debt?

If you’re planning to use your retirement funds to pay off pesky debts, you must think twice. Taking out a 401(k) loan may sound attractive for a couple of reasons and those are, • You don’t have to meet any qualifying criteria • You can get access to quick fund • Interest charged on such loans are much low – […]

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Help your finances get back to life with budgeting

“If we didn’t propose these reforms, we would not have proposed a budget that got the debt under control.” – Paul Ryan. Isn’t it quite obvious that budgeting seems to be “the word” that seems to be on everyone’s mind right from political bigwigs to the common man? Paul Ryan believes that it’s a budget that ultimately saw debt being […]

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4 Things you must not forget to do in the last 5 years of your job

Only 5 years are left from the day you’ll retire. You’ve already started dreaming about the fun filled days with your family – but remember you’ve not retired yet. You’ve to work for 5 more years and you need to make some more plans prior to making a retirement. There are numerous things that you need to do to ensure a smooth retirement. If you’re not […]

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