7 Things to Know When You Open a 401(k)

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401(k) Basics: 7 Things to Know When You Enroll

When you start a job there’s a ton of paperwork to fill out, but don’t let that keep you from carefully considering what to do with your 401(k). Todd Schick of Aspire Wealth Management lists some basics to know to make the right moves. Plus: Your Secret Weapon to Help Win the Retirement Saving Battle: Roth 401(k)

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Avoid These 3 Common Mistakes When Claiming Social Security

With so many options and variables involved, it’s easy to make any of these three errors with your Social Security benefits, according to Dan Brooks of Xexis Private Wealth. Plus: What's Your Strategy for Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits?

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IRA Tax Planning: Minimizing the RMD Ticking Time Bomb

Couples with a bit of an age difference have an interesting strategy available to them to reduce taxes on their retirement savings due to required minimum distributions. Michael Aloi of Summit Financial tells how. Plus: When Roth Conversions Are the Right Move – and When They Aren’t

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Britney Spears’ Sad Song … Warning: This Could Happen to You

Being forced into conservatorship and losing all control over your life isn’t something that just happens in movies, like Netflix’s dark drama "I Care a Lot." And it doesn’t just happen to pop stars like Britney Spears. In fact, we all can learn something from Britney’s strange story, warns attorney John M. Goralka. Plus: Estate Planning Checklist: 5 Tasks to Do Now, While You’re Still Well

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Are 1031 Exchanges Right for Me?

There’s a possibility the tax-deferral benefit of such property exchanges could end for some high-net-worth real estate investors. That could speed up some property owners’ decisions, writes Casey Robinson of Waldron Private Wealth. Plus: Today’s Real Estate Market Requires Extra Vigilance

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