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Although 401k Plans have been around for three decades, the average 401k Plan only has a balance for those retiring at age 65 of only $47,000.
  • Retirement Plans for Solo Entrepreneurs
    Copyright 2006 Kristine McKinleySaving for retirement is even more important for solo-entrepreneurs because you don't have a company sponsored pension plan or matching 401K contributions to rely on. There...
  • Down Payments - Get Creative
    One of the biggest hurdles to buying a home is the down payment. Saving up a chunk of change can be difficult, so getting creative is a key. Down PaymentsThe amount of your down payment is dependent upon...
  • 401(k) balances below high of six years ago
    Despite strong investment gains during the past three years, employees' 401(k) account balances, on average, are lower than they were six years ago as the accounts have yet to fully recover from the beating...
  • Using an IRA or 401(k) Loan to Buy Real Estate
    One of the most difficult parts of buying real estate is coming up with enough money for the downpayment and post-closing expenses. Yet many people dont realize that its possible to use some of their...
  • Take Your 401(k) With You!
    If you have left your employer to pursue another job then there is something you should consider taking with you something that many employees leave behind: their retirement plan. Specifically, if you...
  • With Social Security Vanishing, Do I Need a 401(k)?
    What is a 401(k)? The name is derived from the Internal Revenue Code established in 1978. It's presently administered by the government section called the Employee Benefits Security Administration, also...
  • 401k Retirement Plans Explained
    401k retirement plans are special types of accounts, financed through pre-tax payroll deductions. The funds in your account are invested in various ways. Your funds can be invested through any number of...
  • 401k Tax Deduction
    401 K plan is a retirement plan that is on offer in US and some other countries. This plan offers tax deferred savings to the employees and encourages them to save for retirement. It is also referred to...
  • Does Early Mortgage Repayment Still Make Sense?
    Early mortgage repayment looks on paper at least like a wonderful deal. If you have a typical mortgage and you are near the beginning of the mortgage term and make an extra $25 a month in principal payments,...
  • 401k Plan Loans - An Overview
    Allowing loans within a 401k plan is allowed by law, but an employer is not required to do so. Many small business just can't afford the high cost of adding this feature to their plan. Even so, loans are...
  • Avoid Losing Your Home to a Bank Foreclosure
    Are you facing the prospect of losing your home in a bank foreclosure? Many who are experiencing a temporary financial squeeze will withdraw cash out of their IRA in order to save their home. Getting a...
  • Penalties on IRAs, MSAs, and 401(k)s
    The 401(k) is a retirement plan implemented and provided to employees by their employer as a means to save for their retirement. Not only do many employers contribute to the employees 401(k) along with...
  • Down Payments Get Creative
    One of the biggest hurdles to buying a home is the down payment. Saving up a chunk of change can be difficult, so getting creative is a key. Down Payments The amount of your down payment is dependent upon...
  • Home Equity Line of Credit vs. Second Mortgages
    If you own a home, you may be able to obtain quick cash using your home's equity. For the most part, our homes are our biggest asset. As our home's value increases, so does the equity. Some homeowners...
  • What You Should Know About A 401k
    A 401k is a good place to start in planning for your future retirement, no matter how far away you may be from the actual time. A 401k account is a special type of savings account that is funded directly...
  • Roth 401k Only Available to a Few
    Only about one in three employers are expected to start Roth 401(k) plans in 2006. But, those who are self-employed, independent contractors, or business owners with no employees, don’t have to wait....
  • Divorce, Custody, and Income Tax
    A child custody agreement can have serious implications on your tax filing and your taxes overall. This issue should be addressed with your attorney or with your accountant while you are going through...
  • The E-LOAN process
    E-LOAN's loan application is very easy to understand and follow. Through E-LOAN services you can get a loan approved within minutes and can order your appraisal using a credit card to speed up the process....
  • The Self-Employed 401(k) Loan
    Instead of tapping their IRA to raise cash many individuals are turning to the Self-Employed 401(k) with a loan feature as a method to access money from their retirement account without paying a big penalty...
  • The Attractive Tax Break for Home Loans
    So, youve decided on the house, youve researched your mortgage product options, and you know which product you need. Have you taken into consideration the tax advantages that are being touted as an attractive...
  • The 4 Do's and Don'ts of 401(K) Investing
    For an individual, the 401(k) is the greatest investment deal around. Though only if it's properly managed. Here are some basics to remember when Investing in your 401(k) plan.1) Be wary of 'over investing'...