What is an ETF?

IRA

IRA (Individual retirement account) is a retirement savings plan with tax benefits.

  • What is an ETF?

    ETF stands for Exchange Traded Fund and are funds that trade on an exchange like a stock, hence the inclusion…

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  • IRA Deduction Limits

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    With deadlines for filing your 2015 taxes fast approaching, it is definitely time to consider your deductions if you haven’t…

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  • How Much Can I Contribute to My IRA and 401k?

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    401(k) and IRA Contribution Limits Welcome to the 2016 tax season. Most contribution limits did not change this year. The…

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  • How to Cash Out A 401(k) From Your Old Job

    Every day thousands of employees switch jobs from one company to another. One thing that needs to be taken care…

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  • When You Should Do a Reverse Roth IRA – 401(k) Rollover

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    When you hear the word ‘rollover,’ you probably initially think of a rollover from a 401(k) to an IRA but…

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  • Worst Fee Ever: Mike of The Quarter Roll

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    Fees: fact of life, or annoying-but-negotiable? At FeeX we’re trying to make investment fees the latter — the more information…

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  • Which States Pay the Most in Investment Fees?

    Compound interest and high investment fees are a terrible combination — FeeX has already found plenty of instances where people…

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  • How Fees Can Eat 6 Figures from Your Retirement Savings

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    One of our favorite resources about the huge problem America has with hidden retirement costs is PBS’ Frontline investigation, “The…

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  • 5 Finance Tips for New Grads

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    Finding your way post- college graduation can often seem like a difficult transition, especially financially. You’ve worked so hard for…

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  • How to Read Your 401k or IRA Statement

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    We know that saving for retirement is important, but it’s not enough to just put the money aside each month….

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  • 5 Money Goals to Reach By Age 35

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    Wouldn’t it be nice if our money came with an instruction booklet or a how-to guide? Learning what we need…

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  • What Are Mutual Funds?

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    New to the world of investing? Confused about what all the different terms experienced financial experts throw around actually mean?…

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  • Should You Save for Retirement During Grad School?

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    Not only is the cost of getting an undergraduate degree reaching record highs, but the amount of student loan debt…

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  • What Can I Deduct From My Taxes?

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    Taxes can be very tricky for those that don’t understand how they work. Luckily, with a little bit of research,…

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  • Challenging the Personal Finance Gurus

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    As a young twenty something with no money and a desire for everything, I found my Mecca in the world…

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  • The 0% Interest Trap

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    Here’s a guest post from Kayla, originally posted on her blog Shoeaholic No More. Kayla is an awesome blogger who…

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  • My Retirement Plan

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    If you follow my posts on FeeX, you know I talk a lot about retirement. Retirement is exciting to me…

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  • How to Save for Retirement If You’re Self-Employed

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    I launched my own business full-time a few months ago. I love being self-employed. I’m digging the flexibility and freedom…

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  • How To Do a 401(k) Rollover

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    When you leave a company, should you roll over your 401(k), and how do you do it? When you leave…

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  • How to Pay Taxes as a Freelancer

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    Disclaimer: I am not a tax professional. If you need help with your taxes as a freelancer, please seek out…

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