Much older people are more likely to experience RMDs, but they affect the younger generations’ money too. But, WTF is an RMD?
What would you think if you opened the mail and found a check with your name on it a for $16k? This happened to me recently…
Thinking about participating in “The Great Resignation”? Here are the key benefits you should look at when considering a new job offer.
Want to watch me read this to you? Click here for video: https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?height=476&href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fsarah.j.paulson%2Fvideos%2F10157660555986246%2F&show_text=false&width=267 It is Monday, March 29th — the last Monday of the first Quarter. Holy cats. Last week I talked about IRAs vs 401(k) retirement accounts and this week I wanted to introduce you to 401k’s older cousin, the 403(b). These two areContinue reading “Money Monday – Allow me to Introduce you to 401(k)’s Older Cousin: 403(b)”
https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?height=476&href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2F109189157904534%2Fvideos%2F764452844202999%2F&show_text=true&width=267 Although most people use these two terms interchangeably, legally there are huge and important differences between the two. First off, while anyone with earned income (or has a spouse who earns income) can put money into their IRA, 401(k)s can only be used by employees of a company who chooses to offer a plan.Continue reading “Money Monday – How a 401(k) Usually Beats an IRA”