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IRA Contributions Are Due July 15: Four Tips On Why You Shouldn’t Let That Opportunity Slip Away

The clock is ticking but you still have time to contribute to your Roth or Traditional IRA and have it count for 2019. A quick recap: the contribution limits for 2019 are $6,000 if you were under age 50 and $7,000 if you were 50 or over by 2019 year-end. You have until July 15, 2020 to submit your contribution. Here’s 4 […]

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Retiring Soon? Why Contributing To Your Traditional IRA For 2020 Could Be A Smart Move

Confused as to whether a Roth IRA or Traditional IRA might be best for you? Mari talked with Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine about  how to choose between a Roth or Traditional IRA. The first thing to know is that the contribution limit of $6,000 is unchanged from 2019 (you can contribute an extra $1,000, for a […]

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Traditional Or Roth IRA: Which Is Best?

It’s almost year-end, a time when many people are thinking about funding their IRA accounts. And let’s face it. Almost all of us should be putting aside more for retirement. But are you stumped by whether or not you can fund an IRA? And which is best, a Traditional IRA or a Roth? We recently […]

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