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  • The IRS has new favorite people to audit

    Bloomberg By Ben Steverman If you’re scared of an audit by the IRS, there’s less to fear these days. New data show that budget cuts at the IRS mean the agency is investigating fewer wealthy taxpayers. An average taxpayer’s chance of being audited has tumbled 23 percent in three years, in line with an IRS budget that’s dropped an inflation-adjusted 17 percent since 2010. Only 0.9 percent of individual taxpayers were audited last year, the lowest ...

    Posted at April 9, 2015 | By : | Categories : Taxes | Comments Off on The IRS has new favorite people to audit
  • Author of “The Millionaire Next Door” dies — 7 key insights from his book

    Yahoo Finance By Mandi Woodruff You may not know the name Thomas Stanley, but chances are you’ve heard of “The Millionaire Next Door,” the blockbuster book Stanley cowrote in the mid-1990s. The book sold more than two million copies and spawned a slew of spin-offs, including “Millionaire Minds” and “Millionaire Women Next Door.” Sadly, Stanley died last week at the age of 71 in a car accident near his home in Marietta, Ga. At the time of ...

    Posted at March 10, 2015 | By : | Categories : Retirement | Comments Off on Author of “The Millionaire Next Door” dies — 7 key insights from his book
  • Here’s the budget of a 31-year-old who wants to retire before 60

    Business Insider By Libby Kane February 2, 2015 11:17 AM  James Colvin started keeping a budget during his first job out of college, when he was making $28,000 a year and getting a paycheck only once a month. "I paid everything off and needed to know what things were coming, so I didn't have something spring up on the 20th of the month when I would be ...

    Posted at February 3, 2015 | By : | Categories : Budgeting | Comments Off on Here’s the budget of a 31-year-old who wants to retire before 60
  • 5 ways to cure a holiday debt hangover

    Yahoo Finance By Mandi Woodruff That queasy feeling in the pit of your stomach after the holidays may have more to do with your credit card bill than all that Champagne you knocked back on New Year's Eve. In a recent Yahoo poll, nearly 70% of readers said they used credit cards to pay for their holiday shopping this year. Unless you got a fat wad of cash from Santa, you’re probably kicking off 2015 ...

    Posted at January 6, 2015 | By : | Categories : Budgeting | Comments Off on 5 ways to cure a holiday debt hangover
  • Roth IRA: Part of a major new tax-savings rule from the IRS

    Roth IRA accounts are a big part of new guidance from the IRS on long-term retirement savings. A new rule allows for the after-tax portion of 401(k) plans to be separated from the pre-tax portion and moved into a Roth IRA, resulting in tax-free growth from then on for that account. By David Munn, Guest blogger December 16, 2014 The Internal Revenue Service has recently issued guidance that presents a significant tax-saving opportunity for investors ...

    Posted at December 17, 2014 | By : | Categories : News | Comments Off on Roth IRA: Part of a major new tax-savings rule from the IRS
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