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Those 70.5 and older just have to wait and see if this provision will be extended to 2012 and beyond.
If you don't withhold enough from your pay, the IRS will assess a penalty, but there are ways to avoid the problem.
A small conversion can cause a huge swing in tax. There's a simple -- but painful -- way to ensure it doesn't happen.
A little-known section of the IRS code can be a real dandy if you happen to fit the requirements.
If a couple can wait to get Social Security benefits, the file and suspend technique ensures the maximum reward.
The pain of the 10% penalty to use an IRA early can be bypassed, but mainly in painful circumstances.
There are different kinds of assets to consider when gauging financial health, and fallacies to get over.
Leave an account with a former employer and you effectively hand over control of your money.
When 60% of workers say they are behind schedule in saving for retirement, it's time to go back to the basics.
Consolidating debt into "one low payment" doesn't address the real problem: Spending. This plan does.