Maxing out these traditional tax shelters at the beginning of the year will pay off big time thanks to tax-free compounding.
Now that your 2012 taxes are filed, it's time to re-examine your investments to determine if a different strategy would save you money on taxes.
Three years of $1,000 contributions could grow to $89,000 or more by retirement. Plus, starting an IRA will teach your child valuable lessons.
A new report says more than $4 billion in retirement income is not reported. But a confusing system may be more to blame than tax evasion.
Those who earn too much to contribute to a Roth IRA can get the same benefits by opening a traditional IRA and converting it. Should you?
With all the maneuvering, it's hard to keep up without a scorecard. Here are the major changes that will affect your taxes this year.
The younger you are, the better a deal it may be to convert in 2010.
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