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Our Articles

Fund Your Child’s Roth with Chore Income
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There are many opportunities to pay your children. If that payment can be counted as earned income, then the child is eligible to fund their Roth IRA.

Becoming an Informed Consumer of Investment Media
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Evaluate the source. Question the melodrama. Examine the tone. Consider the motive. Check the facts.

Radio: Success and Significance in Retirement
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On Tuesday, April 9, 2018, David John Marotta appeared on Radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show to discuss how to achieve success and significance in retirement by both adequately savings for retirement and finding fulfillment during that period of your life.

Cloth Diapers: A Lesson in Investing
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This isn’t the kind of article you think it is. My daughter wore disposable diapers.

Tax Freedom Day Arrives on April 16th, 2019
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Without taxes, you could leave work at 2:41pm every day.

Q&A: Can I do backdoor Roth and an IRA Rollover in the same year?
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This person has no IRA balance, but is about to get one with an IRA Rollover. So the question is one of timing: can they do the IRA Rollover after the nondeductible contribution has already been converted so that their cream and coffee never mix?

79 Advisers Admit to Breach of Fiduciary Duty
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SEC announced that 79 investment adviser firms will return more than $125 million to clients after self-reporting violations of the Advisers Act.

Know Your Fund Expense Ratios
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The expense ratio charged by your funds matters more than you may realize.

Disclosures Are Not Sufficient To Fulfill The Fiduciary Duty
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Disclosures are always necessary but rarely sufficient to fulfill fiduciary obligations.

Getting Started as an Executor
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This is intended to be a brief overview of what you should do once you realize you are overseeing an estate.

Contribute As Much As You Can to a 457 Plan
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If your employer offers a 457 plan, consider taking advantage of the ability to shelter more money each year from taxes in a Roth account.

Radio: Checklist for Reviewing Your Tax Return
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On Tuesday, March 12, 2019, David John Marotta appeared on Radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show to discuss how to do your own tax review.

Q&A: What is the Average Real Return of the Stock Market?
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The real return of the stock market going forward is often debated.

Q&A: Can I turn my real estate income into a REIT to get the QBI deduction?
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You are allowed to deduct “up to 20 percent of their combined qualified real estate investment trust (REIT) dividends,” and this deduction is unlimited. So it begs the question: Is there a way I can deduct my normal real estate income?

2019 Analysis of Fund Families on the Marotta Buy List
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The Marotta Investment Committee typically builds portfolios with average expense ratios of about 0.24%.

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