Tag: Roth IRA

To Roth IRA or Not to Roth IRA

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Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs are financial vehicles designed for retirement. If you’re not participating in a 401(k) plan at work, you may be enticed to contribute money towards an IRA because it comes with tax deductibility and tax credits based on how you file income taxes. Although the upfront benefits of an IRA are... Read more »

Hitting a High Note - The Invested Life Season 1 Episode 5

Hitting a High Note - The Invested Life Season 1 Episode 5
Tom agrees to protect the income generating resource he has, which is his ability to sing.  How?  He is looking into voice and/or disability insurance to provide him the cash he needs in case he cannot step on stage to perform for an extended period of time.  This way he doesn’t have to dip into... Read more »

Reducing Taxes, Roth IRAs and Home-based Businesses with Sandy Botkin, CPA, Esq

Reducing Taxes, Roth IRAs and Home-based Businesses with Sandy Botkin, CPA, Esq
EXCERPT from the last show of 2010 on the Real Estate on Radio Show! You gotta hear this info and how it can improve your financial situation…totally applicable to what you do through 2011! Listen to internet radio with Money Smart Show on Blog Talk Radio Folks we welcome to the show, Mr. Sanford, or... Read more »
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Advice on the Road - The Invested Life Season 1 Episode 2

Advice on the Road - The Invested Life Season 1 Episode 2
On episode 2 of The Invested Life, I wanted to set up a meeting with Tom at my favorite restaurant downtown…Sunda!  I had a few concerns that I wanted to touch on. With Tom always being in different parts of the world, Tom is always tempted on going out and explore. This leaves Tom tempted,... Read more »

What Expiring Bush-Era Federal Tax Cuts Mean to Your Wallet

What Expiring Bush-Era Federal Tax Cuts Mean to Your Wallet
While flipping between college football games, Chicago Bears updates and the Manny Pacquiao fight, nothing was more prevailing on the news this weekend than the discussion of the expiring Bush-Era tax cuts at the end of 2010.  What we are facing within the next 6 weeks is the beginning of one of the largest tax... Read more »