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Roth IRA 5 Year Rule

We might already be aware that an Individual Retirement Account or IRA is a type of investment vehicle which allows employed individuals to make contributions into as long as they are earning a taxable income during the year. This investment … Continue reading


An Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is a type of investment vehicle which employed individuals could give contributions into, and this will serve as a retirement savings fund. There are rules and regulations for such investment vehicle, and it is important … Continue reading

New Obama IRA Rules

Recently President Obama proposed two changes to the existing IRA rules. Tapping into the IRA basics, these two proposals are made to simplify the complicated aspects of IRA withdrawal rules. The proposed amendments can be found in a 151-page Treasury … Continue reading

Important 2011 IRA Dates

January 1, 2011 First day to contribute funds to your traditional or Roth IRA for tax year 2011. For individuals UNDER the age of 50, the maximum contribution amount is $5,000. For individuals that are 50 or OLDER, the maximum … Continue reading

Beneficiary IRA Rules

After an account holder passes away and all rights are transferred to the account’s beneficiary, most of the rules of the IRA still apply to the new owner. Of course there would be additional factors to consider after you inherit … Continue reading

Inherited IRA Rules

There are several types of IRA but let us look into the type most Americans opt to have – the Roth IRA. Several rules govern this type of account and most are from the IRA basics like contribution rules, and … Continue reading

2013 IRA Contribution Limits

Those who have IRA investments must be aware that there is an increase for the 2013 IRA contribution limits. This is definitely a good news for every IRA owner because this means that they are allowed to set aside a … Continue reading

New IRS Rules for IRAs

Recently, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) revised its regulations regarding IRAs. Benefits of the New IRA Regulations The new IRS rules allow for increased flexibility in your individual retirement account (IRA). Some of the new provisions: Allow beneficiary rollovers from … Continue reading

Understanding the IRA Rules

A lot has been written about IRA rules already, however, this article attempts to simplify the complexity of the program. IRA stands for Individual Retirement Account, a personal savings account used to help ensure sufficient finances for every contributing person … Continue reading

IRA Withdrawal Rules

If you are an Individual Retirement Account owner/contributor and you’ll soon be 70.5 years of age, the Internal Revenue Service obligates you to start accomplishing minimum distributions from your retirement plan. Here are some of the important IRA withdrawal rules … Continue reading

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