One day after the Ira Sohn festivities, a few things stand out: Oil States International is getting the Einhorn bump and Digital Realty Trust is getting whacked following one hedge-fund manager’s short attack. The conference brought …
WASHINGTON—Owners of individual retirement accounts (IRAs) significantly increased their investment allocations to stock equities in 2013 compared with 2010-2011, according to a new analysis by the nonpartisan Employee Benefit …
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Q. I will turn 70 1/2 in 2016 and will begin Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) from my IRA, which is in various stocks, mutual funds and CD’s. Can I take a stock from my IRA without cashing it in and pay tax on the value while keeping …
Q: With the stock market so low, wouldn't it be a good time to move money from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA to avoid high taxes on the transaction? A: If there's one bright side to a nasty bear market, like the one we're in, it's that people …
You have probably taken your RMDs in cash. You likely sold or liquidated an investment in your IRA, let’s say shares of stock, and had the custodian send you a check for the RMD amount. But you have another option; consider taking your …
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If you're not dealing with an employer-sponsored plan, then you are looking at a self-directed Roth IRA or traditional IRA. The Roth IRA has income limitations on who can contribute. The traditional IRA has limits on making tax-deductible …
An Individual Retirement Account (IRA), as the name would imply, is not its own investment vehicle but rather simply an account. Thus, you can transfer securities into your IRA at any time, as if it were any regular investment account. …