Category Archives: IRA

Mutual Funds – Too Big to Succeed

Below is a link to an article in Smart Money magazine. ┬áThe article contends that as mutual fund asset sizes grow, the ability of the fund’s managers to outperform the market becomes tenuous. The debate as to whether mutual funds … Continue reading

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Traditional IRA Vs. Roth IRA

Below is a link to an excellent Wall Street Journal article regarding IRAs. ┬áThe article discusses the issues regarding the selection of a traditional IRA and a Roth IRA. Basically, the decision as to which form of IRA to select … Continue reading

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Outliving Retirement Funds – Dreaded more than Death (part 5)

The first three of our last four previous posts were concerned with preparing your retirement plan by answering the three big questions regarding your retirement: Your Target Nest Egg, Your Current Nest Egg, and the Amount you Need to Save … Continue reading

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Outliving Retirement Funds – Dreaded More than Death (part 4)

Our previous three posts were concerned with answering the three big questions regarding your retirement plan: Your Target Nest Egg, Your Current Nest Egg, and the Amount you Need to Save annually to fund any shortfall between your target and … Continue reading

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