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Wednesday - 3/9/2011

The president of Tuition Plan Consortium Nancy Farmer said, “Tax season is a very important time for families to think about saving for college”. The Tuition Plan Consortium is a national group of universities and colleges that sponsors Private 529 College Savings Plan. Farmer also stressed about taking advantages of tax incentives that many families […]


Wednesday - 9/29/2010

8 Methods to Avoid 10% Early Distribution Fee on IRA

Most of the IRA holders know that they can incur penalty fees when untimely distribution is carried out. The good news is that there are a number of strategies to prevent these fees when a financial difficulty or other qualifying life events occur. Before anything else, you should remember that with these retirement allowances, it […]


Monday - 9/27/2010

Automatic IRA: Top 7 Impact to Retirement Savers

The Automatic IRA Act of 2010 was introduced by New Mexico Democrat, Senator Jeff Bingaman. The new act demands all firms composed of 10 or more employees that currently don’t offer retirement account to enroll their workers in an IRA automatically to help the employees build their retirement income funds. Workers who don’t want to […]


Friday - 9/24/2010

Boosting Investor Protection with Financial Reform Act

What is Financial Reform Act? It is an act that will assist investors in understanding the kind of recommendation investment advisers and broker-dealers can provide. It also requires hedge funds to report to the Securities and Exchange Commission for investors to put off systemic risk. In addition, it covers new reforms and market upheaval, which […]


Wednesday - 9/15/2010

Analyze Stocks Efficiently

Many analysts typically utilize the discounted cash flow technique to efficiently analyze stocks. However, this method normally leads to poor returns and results. To learn how to analyze stocks sufficiently, there are three simple approaches of stock analysis that do wonders according to Floyd Brown of InvestmentU.com. Debt and Cash Balances When recession hits the […]


Thursday - 9/2/2010

Popular Myths about Retirement Accounts

Discover the real facts concerning retirement accounts and retiree investing – to include distributions, beneficiaries, and rollovers. Early Distribution You are not allowed to distribute money from your 401(k) account until your retirement age. The general rule about this is any money you get from your 401(k) account prior to becoming 59 ½ years of […]


Wednesday - 8/4/2010

10 Ways to Clear Your Bills When You’re Retired

Many people have two main sources of income during retirement – a Social Security and a pension. While most of them keep a savings account, most of time, they are traditional investors. All of their funds are housed in U.S. savings bonds and certificates of deposits, and didn’t spend such funds for many years. However, […]


Tuesday - 7/27/2010

Can Stock Newsletters Tips Benefit You?

Many people for several different reasons subscribe to newsletters to acquire stock tips and ideas. This can assist in speeding up the method of finding great stocks to incorporate in your investment portfolio. For many people though, this is just a waste of time. Majority of the newsletters do not inform their subscribers when they […]


Wednesday - 7/21/2010

Top Investments for IRAs

For Individual Retirement Accounts, like any other life opportunities, not all options are equally created. You most likely don’t need reminders that each tax time takes hefty toll on your pocket. The good news is that, you can significantly reduce your tax expenses in 2011 and beyond. And for many taxpayers, it is still possible […]


Thursday - 7/1/2010

Top 10 Investment Fraud Scam Signs

Criminals are great artists. They have the skills, knowledge, and strategies to ensure that your hard-earned money will soon be housed on their accounts. These individuals are also more careful during difficult economic times. Because they sense the desperation and frustration of people who are in dire need of money, they are alarmed who are […]