Are you thinking about collecting your Social Security retirement benefit while you continue to work? Learn how working while collecting impacts how much you will receive.
Social Security benefits will make up some portion of your retirement income and for most people, it is an integral part of their retirement planning. Learn what makes you eligible, how your benefit is determined, and what you can do to maximize the amount you’ll receive.
When you leave your job, you have four (4) options to choose from with regard to your retirement account. Selecting the right option could help you avoid unforeseen tax consequences and save you money.
Before you leave your job, there are important things to consider to ensure that you maintain proper insurance coverage, have sufficient cash on hand, minimize any forfeitures, and avoid unnecessary tax consequences.
The calendar has rolled over to a new year, which means that tax season has officially started. Most ways for reducing your tax liability for the year that just ended have passed, but there are still a few strategies available to you that don’t expire until the tax filing deadline of April 15.
HSA’s provide unparalleled tax benefits to those who are eligible to contribute to them. They can also be a useful investment vehicle for covering the costs of health care now and in retirement.