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15 09, 2017

IRA Catch Up Contributions

By | September 15th, 2017|IRA Law, Retirement, Self Directed IRA Rules, Wealth Building|0 Comments

For anyone in the 50 and over crowd, or approaching 50 this year, there is an opportunity to make retirement contributions that exceed the regular contribution limits. This is known as a catch-up contribution. Catch up contributions are like an extra boost for those nearing the end of the race and getting ready for retirement. Taking advantage [...]

8 04, 2015

It’s Not Too Late for a 2014 IRA Contribution

By | April 8th, 2015|IRA Law, Retirement, Wealth Building|0 Comments

Haven’t made a recent contribution to your IRA (individual Retirement Arrangement)? There’s still time! You still have up until April 15th to make a 2014 IRA contribution and take a deduction on your 2014 tax return. Yearly IRA Contribution Limits Your total contributions for a Traditional and Roth IRA cannot exceed $5,500, or $6,500 if you’re over the age [...]

2 02, 2014

Obama’s New Retirement Account

By | February 2nd, 2014|IRA Law, Self Directed IRA Rules|10 Comments

This week during the State of the Union address President Obama announced his new retirement program (MyRA).  MyRA was implemented under executive order so unlike the proposed automatic IRA, Obama's new plan doesn't require legislation or congress approval.  MyRA is clearly a plan to start shifting retirement dollars into a government controlled fund similar to [...]