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Mar
12

Retirement Planning Options For Small Business Owners

Retirement Planning Options For Small Business Owners
According to a recent BMO Wealth Management survey of 400 small business owners, only a fraction of America’s entrepreneurs are prepared for retirement. A striking 75% of survey respondents age 18 to 64 have saved less than $100,000 for retirement. Those age 45 to 64 are only marginally more prepared: 32%...
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Jan
08

Follow These Rules For Your IRA

Follow These Rules For Your IRA
Being the start of a New Year, everyone makes New Year Resolutions, and this year all I ask is that you make your exit strategy and retirement plan one of them. We can help you start that process and evaluate your current IRA if you have one. Setting up an IRA...
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Nov
15

Traditional or Roth IRA: Which One to Fund Your Retirement?

Traditional or Roth IRA: Which One to Fund Your Retirement?
Looking to fund your retirement with an IRA? You should know that there are two types: Traditional and Roth. Which is right for you? Following are some important details to help you decide: Are You Eligible? Any person with income from wages or self-employment can contribute to an IRA – either...
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Feb
07

MyRa - A New Way to Save for Retirement? - The Woodlands CPA

MyRa - A New Way to Save for Retirement? - The Woodlands CPA
Last week, President Obama announced a new retirement program - MyRA (My Retirement Account). This program is aimed at low and middle income employees who do not have an employer-sponsored retirement account, like a 401k. On the surface, this programs seems to be a good way to encourage people to save....
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