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Wall Street bets virus meltdown gives landlords a chance to grow

Wall Street bets on Turnkey Rentals

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Will the Coronavirus Selloff Ruin Your Retirement?

Markets are swinging and fears are mounting. What does that mean as retirement looms?   The final week of February was a brutal one for the stock market, as fears of a worldwide coronavirus outbreak sparked a massive sell-off. Now you’ll often hear that you don’t have to worry about losing money in a stock market downturn […]

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3 Investing Facts About Required Minimum Distributions You Need to Know in 2020

Failing to withdraw a required minimum distribution (RMD) from your own or an inherited IRA by the deadline results in a big tax code penalty: 50%. That’s right. If you were supposed to take out a minimum of $4,000 and (oops!) did not do so, you have the privilege of writing the IRS a check […]

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Retirees’ Top Financial Concerns All Revolve Around This 1 Thing

Hint: It’s something unavoidable for seniors. Though retirement is an exciting milestone to look forward to, the idea of it can be nerve-wracking. After all, there’s a host of financial unknowns associated with retirement, and living on a fixed income leaves many seniors struggling to make ends meet. It’s therefore encouraging to learn that 84% […]

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SECURE Act a game-changer for retirement plans

The most significant legislation affecting retirement became law — as of Friday, Dec. 20. Congress passed an important retirement-savings law called Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement, or the SECURE Act of 2019. The law takes effect on Jan. 1, 2020. After stalling for months, Congress suddenly passed the bills as an attachment to […]

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Real Estate Is Back as Americans’ Favorite Long-Term Investment

            Real Estate Is Back as Americans’ Favorite Long-Term Investment Stocks have long been the most glamorous of the major asset classes. Many a Hollywood film has centered around making fast money in the stock market, and becoming a Wall Street big shot. But despite their great long-term returns—they’ve averaged […]

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An easily overlooked investment account can give retirement savings a huge boost — if it’s used the right way

      Health savings accounts are exactly what they sound like: savings accounts that can be used for expenses related to your health — now, in retirement, or any time in between. You must be enrolled in a high deductible health plan to contribute to an HSA, but you can open an HSA even if […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Rolling Over a 401k Account

Everything You Need to Know About Rolling Over a 401k Account   An employer-sponsored 401(k) retirement plan is one of the best ways to save for retirement. They’re easy to set up, you can contribute directly from your paycheck and you receive significant tax benefits by participating. Your employer may even match your contributions up to a certain amount, which […]

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How To Retire Early Through Real Estate Investing

How To Retire Early Through Real Estate Investing     Real estate investment can be a tricky business, but when it’s done right, it can be rewarding for you and your retirement account. Whether you are thinking of investing in real estate or you already have a few properties under your belt, with the right […]

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Real Estate- A Source Of Wealth Building In An IRA

IRA investors looking to add real estate as an asset class to their retirement portfolio face limitations when investing via a traditional IRA custodian. REIT funds and ETFs, or publicly traded REITs themselves are the most common avenue. Conventional IRA custodians like banks and brokerage firms usually won’t custody direct real estate investments in your […]

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