Financial Wellness Weekly

Financial Wellness Weekly

Financial Wellness Weekly
by Marcie Carroll – Carroll Consultants, Ltd.

Published by
Marcie Carroll

06 November 2017

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Tax Reform Should Encourage More Saving, Not Less

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NacionSinEstado

thumbnail reason­.com – Deniscristo/DreamstimeRepublicans want tax reform, but their refusal to cut spending forces them to look into all sorts of revenue raisers. Some are good, such as eliminating the deductions for state…

Solo 401(k): A Self-Directed Retirement Plan to Maximize Flexibility

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Signs by Tomorrow

thumbnail www­.inc­.com – For small business owners who want to save aggressively for retirement, the self-employed or solo 401(k) affords the opportunity to salt away as much as $54,000 per year, depending upon your income. …

For 2018, PCORI Fee Is Rising, IRS Says

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thumbnail www­.shrm­.org:443 – For 2018, the annual fee to fund the federal Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), paid by employers that sponsor self-insured health plans and by commercial group health insurance pr…

Why You Should Still Make IRA Contributions After Retirement

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Money Q&A

thumbnail moneyqanda­.com – Here is the next installment in our Reader’s Questions Series, which highlight questions emailed to me by you, the readers of Money Q&A. This time, we’re talking about income replacement with dividen…

Financial Planning in Your 50s – Settleitsoft, Inc.

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thumbnail blog­.settleitsoft­.com – Warning! Warning! Your fifties may be your last opportunity to eradicate debt and save every penny you can toward retirement. You must begin now, before it is too late. There are so many things to …

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