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Answered: I participate in my employer's retirement plan ...not allowed to open a

Houston, TX - (Retirement, Financial & Wealth Accumulation Planning) - Http://www.fitzfp-llc.com , or to get your free retirement calculator 2.0 - RetirementplanningTX Can an individual contribute to a traditional IRA if he or she has other retirement plans? Yes, individuals can contribute to a ...

Answered: 2008 Traditional IRA/401k combined limit

Traditional: For 2009 the income limit (adjusted gross income) is $55,000 for single, $89,000 for married. If you exceed these limits you can still contribute but you will need to contribute on an after tax basis. If you are over the income limit you have to do an IRA to an IRA after tax or convert ...

Answered: Are Social Security Benefits and Pension Income ...

NO! According to the IRS, the following moneys are NOT earned income: interest and dividends pensions social security unemployment benefits alimony child support.

Answered: Roth IRA contribution

You may contibute any time until the 15th for a Roth even if you have recieved your tax return. This is not true with a tradional IRA http://hubpages.com/hub/Start-an-IRA

Answered: Roth IRA

The Roth IRA first came onto the scene in January of 1998. Named after the late Senator William V. Roth, Jr. the Roth IRA was created as a result of the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.

Answered: Which is a better investment: a Roth IRA or a 401(k)?

As a small business owner who recently went through finding a retirement plan for my employees I also had to consider the ira versus 401k debate. To add on to what was mentioned earlier one of the main differences in the two retirement plans is who makes the decisions regarding the plan. I set up a ...
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Roth IRA

You can do $ 5000 each but only if your income is within limits. Roth: For 2009 the income limit is $101,000 for single, $166,000 for married. http://hubpages.com/hub/Start-an-IRA

Historically, was there ever a deadline on IRA contributions that equaled

I don't ever remember there being a deadline but to be sure, ask the human resource department at your job.

Should I convert existing IRA/401K to a Roth IRA?

A good accountant can show you the best way to save money.

How much can I contribute to my SEP-IRA if I am both the employer and

The best way to avoid any mistakes is to contact your financial advisor/accountant to know what your legally able to contribute to your SEP-IRA.