To reach financial independence young and live off your investment income, you’ll need a mix of taxable and tax-sheltered accounts to maximize your savings, minimize your tax liability, and ensure you have funds to live on available at every age. Curious how to achieve this? Read on to learn more.
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A 403(b) retirement savings plan is a tax-advantaged way for public school and nonprofit employees to save for retirement. What is a 403(b) plan, how does it work compared to other retirement accounts, and should you participate if your employer offers one? Find out here.
You must understand the tax implications of your retirement accounts so you know how much money you’ll have available when you need it. When you retire and start withdrawing money from your IRA and 401(k), the taxes you owe can take a big chunk out of your total. Learn what to expect here.
Early retirement…most of us want it, but few actually have the motivation and the know-how to get it. Just like a regular retirement, at or after age 59 1/2, retiring early requires planning and saving. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. One, you’ll have to save more money and start earlier because you’ll need your retirement
Buying a home can be a big step towards securing your financial future, but saving for the down payment can be very time-consuming. However, if you already have money in your retirement accounts, you might be able to use it to speed up the process. We’ll discuss which accounts don’t penalize you when you use the money