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Just published a new article: Reverse Mortgage Rates And Penalties
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14 hours ago by ReverseMortgagePros
"There are two aspects to legal fees that you are looking at"
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yesterday by ReverseMortgagePros
Check out our new article: Reverse Mortgage Costs And Fees
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2 days ago by ReverseMortgagePros
What Is a Backdoor Roth IRA? |
How to use a "Backdoor IRA" to contribute to a Roth IRA regardless of income level.
retirement  roth-ira 
3 days ago by frankmagnotti
This Is Americans' Top Retirement-Planning Concern - The Motley Fool
How well will your savings hold up in retirement?
These days, Americans are living longer, and so it's a smart idea to plan on a 30-year retirement, assuming you're planning to kick yours off sometime during your 60s. The good news is that if you follow the 4% rule -- withdraw 4% of your nest egg during your first year of retirement and adjust subsequent withdrawals for inflation -- there's a good chance your savings will, indeed, last for 30 years.
Now the 4% rule isn't perfect, and it does make certain assumptions, such as the fact that your portfolio will be pretty evenly split between stocks and bonds. But it's a good starting point for assessing your savings.
retirement  money 
4 days ago by dstelow
How Will Your Retirement Benefits Be Taxed? - The Motley Fool
Social Security benefits
The federal government taxes Social Security benefits, but only if your income reaches a certain threshold.
Income is calculated in a special way when determining whether your Social Security benefits are taxable. Your income is determined by adding half your Social Security benefits to all your other taxable income from other sources. Some tax-free income, such as municipal bond interest, is also added to determine your total income. 
If your income using this calculation exceeds $25,000 as a single filer or $32,000 when married filing jointly, you could be taxed on up to 50% of your Social Security benefits. If your income exceeds $34,000 as a single filer or $44,000 when filing as married filing jointly, you'll be taxed on up to 85% of benefits. 
As for state taxes, only 13 states tax Social Security benefits: Colorado, Connecticut, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, and West Virginia. If you live in one of them, you'll also need to learn your state's rules for when and how your benefits will be taxed. 
money  retirement  tax  government 
4 days ago by dstelow
Is an HSA a Good Place for My Retirement Savings? - The Motley Fool
Can I contribute to an HSA?
To be eligible for an HSA, your health insurance policy must be a high-deductible health plan (HDHP). This is defined as a plan with a deductible of $1,350 or more for individuals or $2,700 or more for a family. Once you've enrolled in the plan, you can open an HSA account with your bank and begin contributing funds. If your employer is offering the health insurance plan, your company may set up an HSA for you as an employee benefit.
money  retirement  tax  healthcare  insurance 
4 days ago by dstelow
איך למלא טופס 161ד ולחסוך כסף בפנסיה -
חשוב לזכור כי את הפטור על הקצבה המזכה ניתן לנצל החל מגיל הפרישה 62 לאישה ו- 67 לגבר. במקרה של פרישה מוקדמת, (שלא בשל נכות קבועה העולה על 75%) הקצבה המזכה תהייה חייבת במס (למעט נקודות הזיכוי).
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5 days ago by yevgenyd

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