Shares of Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) are highly suitable for your traditional individual retirement account (IRA), but they are not the best choice for your Roth IRA. Bank of America is a seasoned, mature …
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In an environment where generating portfolio alpha is difficult, strategies like managing assets on a household basis to take advantage of asset location opportunities to generate “tax alpha” are becoming more and more …
As I mentioned in an earlier article, I am ramping up my contributions to a 401 (k) plan, in order to reduce current tax liabilities and enjoy tax free compounding of gains. However, I already had an old 401 (k), which was …
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However, a lesser-known benefit of a Roth IRA is that you have freedom of choice in your investments, including stocks, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), bonds, CDs, Treasuries and more. Here, we will highlight the benefits …
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It’s not unreasonable that some IRA owners may have bad feelings about the stock market. However the safest fixed-income investments are currently paying microscopic interest rates even though the risk of future inflation …
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If you buy a stock and its value goes to zero, don't look to the SIPC to bail you out, because it won't. Managing risk with your IRA investing To keep your IRA safe, you'll have to take a smart approach to your investing …
An IRA is a fantastic retirement saving tool, but many Americans don’t take advantage of it, and when they do, …
Instead of paying taxes on these dividends every year, dividend payments are left in the Roth IRA. They can (and should be) reinvested either into the stock that payed them (called DRIPing) or into other high quality dividend …
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With several stock indices below their peaks this year, now may be a good time for federal employees to convert some of their traditional individual retirement arrangements (IRAs) to Roth IRAs. This column explains why …
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