$ ?s: Investment Advice for Those Who Don’t Need the Money
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Q: I am a 65-year-old retired widow and I have a large IRA. How should I invest if I don’t need this money?

$ ?s: Accessing 401(k) Funds When Disaster Strikes
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Q:What advice can you offer for how to go about accessing retirement funds after a hardship?

Mailbag: Is There a Certain Roth You Recommend?
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I’m in my 20s and I’m just getting started in the working world. I’m also looking at a Roth IRA. Is there a certain Roth you recommend?

Mailbag: Which of These 401(k) Investment Choices Do You Recommend?
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I’m in my 20s and I’m just getting started in the working world. Which of the attached 401(k) investment choices do you recommend?

Roth Regrets? Still Time to Change
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David John Marotta was featured in a Wall Street Journal article about the upcoming Roth recharacterization deadline.

Market Skid May Prompt Roth IRA ‘Do-Overs’
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Marotta’s Roth segregation technique of conversion and recharacterization was featured in InvestmentNews magazine.

Retirement Plans’ Perilous Future
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Between threats of cutting tax benefits and crackdowns on non-compliant plans, for the retirement industry ‘stakes are higher than they ever were’

The GAO Makes A Poor Financial Advisor
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If the GAO were giving you investment advice they would suggest that you not participate in your 401(k) and convert at least half of your retirement savings into an annuity laden with fees and expenses.

How To Cut Taxes On Your IRA Withdrawals
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This article from Donald Jay Korn for Investor’s Business Daily describes the benefits of advance tax planning to reduce the tax bite that is inevitable as you grow older and required minimum distributions (RMDs) become a larger portion of your retirement account.

Radio: Getting The Most From Your 401(k) Or 403(b)
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David Marotta discusses how to maximize retirement accounts.

Getting The Most From Your 401(k) Or 403(b)
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Most plans have funds laden with fees. Some share this revenue with plan sponsors, enticing them to pick more expensive funds to subsidize the costs of the plan or even make a profit.

Retirement Savings 101: Self-Employment Options
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An individual 401(k) (also known as a “solo 401(k)”) offers you the option to defer the first $16,500 of income.

Retirement Savings 101: Priorities
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With the income tax debate currently controlled by legislators advocating even higher rates, I don’t think you will regret having some tax free money.

Video: Roth IRAs Make Great Estate Planning Tools
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Bequeathing a Roth is much the same as setting up a lifetime tax-free stream of income for your heirs.

Video: Be Smart When You Roll Over Your 401(k)
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There are few better investment returns than an employer’s matching contribution made to your 401(k). But after you retire or leave that company’s employment, you should almost always roll your 401(k) into an IRA for better investment choices. Being smart by rolling over your 401(k) can pay dividends for decades.

Video: Be Smart When You Rollover Your 401(k)
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After you retire or leave that company’s employment, you should almost always roll your 401(k) into an IRA for better investment choices.

Seven Termites That Eat Your 401(k)
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We call the difference between the market return and typical investor returns the “termite gap.”

Roth Segregation Accounts
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A complex technique called “Roth segregation accounts” could earn your investments an extra 30% over the next two years.

Remember to Fund Your Roth IRA
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Historically, income taxes have not been this low since 1931.

Be Smart When You Rollover Your 401(k)
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Some 401(k) plan’s generous matching contributions are completely eroded by the plan’s excessive expenses.

Roth IRA vs. the Traditional IRA
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Historically income taxes have not been this low since 1931.

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