Make This One Change to Your Retirement Account Now, Tax Experts Say
Social Security, IRA and tax mistakes to avoid when planning retirement
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What to Do if You Contributed Too Much to Your Roth IRA
File an amended federal income tax return. Here's how.
Roth IRA Mistakes To Avoid
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That lower tax bracket? Maybe not
You must report all your IRA distributions when you file your taxes.
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Line 3 is your total tIRA contributions, including previous and current year. For 2014, that would be only the $5500. For 2015, that would be the $5500 for ...
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Tax Benefits of Retirement Plans
I thought I didn't receive any retirement income in 2016 since I wasn't retired. The IRS thought differently.
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You can change your mind about an IRA distribution without incurring taxes.
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How the Tax Cut Affects Investors
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IRA Recharacterizations Past, Present, and After Tax Reform
How to save a lot of money in your pre-tax 401k or SEP IRA
Wrong or missing Social Security numbers. Be sure you enter all SSNs on your tax return exactly as they are on the Social Security cards.
Tax Changes After Marriage: What You Need to Know
Are you still waiting on tax forms? It can happen. While many forms are required to be sent out by specific dates, there are a lot of reasons why you might ...
Even rollovers that don't result in taxable income must be reported on your return
Tax Refund Direct Deposit: Turn Your Tax Refund into an IRA or Savings Bond Automatically
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IRS Model Letter Under Rev Proc 2016-47
2016 and 2017 IRA Contribution Limits
The dawning of 2019 means the 2018 income tax filing season will soon be upon us. After year end, it's generally too late to take action to reduce 2018 ...
I chose to disagree with some or all of the IRS's proposed changes.
Avoid high state income tax
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