Tag Archive for: 401(k)

IRS Announce 2024 Cost of Living Adjustments For Retirement Plans

The COLA adjustments applicable to dollar limitations on benefits and contributions for retirement plans generally effective for Tax Year 2024 were just announced.

These Are The 3 Biggest Retirement Plan Rollover Mistakes, Expert Says. Here’s How To Avoid Penalties

It’s easy to lose money to taxes and penalties when moving money between accounts. A lot of investors make costly rollover mistakes without consulting a professional for guidance. There are three common rollover mistakes to avoid to protect your assets.

IRS Is Rewarding Retirement Savers With Up To $2,000 — Are You Eligible?

Formerly known as the Retirement Savings Contribution credit, the Saver's Credit tax break is available to low- and moderate-income earners who tuck away money for retirement. You can get a credit worth as much as $2,000 if you're filing your tax return as a married couple ($1,000 if filing single). For a break down of the rules as well as the 2022 income ranges and credit rates, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE

Is This Retirement Account The New 401(k)?

The best place to stash your savings isn't a retirement account at all -- it's your health savings account. If you don't have one or don't know what they are, you definitely want to read this. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Taking A CARES Act Retirement Plan Withdrawal? Prepare For This Tax Surprise

Taking a CARES Act withdrawal might see like a solid move, especially if money is tight and your borrowing options are limited. But if you do decide to take money out of your retirement plan this year, you may wind up with a tax headache on your hands. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Thinking of Raiding Your Retirement Plan Because of COVID-19? Here Are 3 Reasons You Shouldn’t.

Under the CARES Act, you can now withdraw up to $100,000 from your retirement plan penalty-free if you've been negatively affected by COVID-19. But here are three reasons it's unwise to go that route. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE