If you have just inherited a traditional IRA, SEP IRA, Roth IRA, 401(k) or 403(b) plan from a parent, sibling, or relative, you may be unsure about what your options are and what to do next. As a […]
Updated for 2019. In personal finance, there aren't too many universally applicable hard and fast rules. Although some might reasonably argue that always maxing out annual pre-tax contributions to a […]
How is a 403(b) different from a 401(k)?
Updated for 2019. Although the 401(k) retirement plan is more common, many Americans have access to a similar employer-sponsored retirement plan called a 403(b) plan. 403(b) plans are generally used […]
Contributing the maximum amount to your 401(k), 403(b), or other employer-sponsored retirement plan should be a goal for many investors. Once you achieve it, the question then becomes: where to […]
Updated for 2019. Can I contribute to more than one retirement plan? This is a common question for individuals that are not employed full-time in their business – independent consulting is a common […]
Updated for 2019. If you are a doctor or medical professional, you likely have a 403(b) retirement plan. Before switching hospitals, consider the options for your old 403(b). In most situations, a […]
Updated for 2019. For doctors and medical professionals, switching hospitals often means starting a new 403(b) retirement plan. Before leaving, consider your options for the old plan. In most […]