Tag Archives: Roth IRA

Guest post Wednesday: The importance of your retirement account Exit Strategy.


  This guest post is brought to you by Eddie Wills.   For those of us who have had to put together War Plans/OPLANs on a military staff, we all know the importance of an Exit Strategy. The late great … Continue reading

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Ask your Dad if you should contribute to the Roth TSP.


    This guest post is brought to you by Eddie Wills. My dad just turned 70 ½. It’s a major milestone in the eyes of the IRS, as it marks the calendar year he must begin taking Required Minimum … Continue reading

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Starting your kid’s Roth IRA


Source: goodfinancialcents.com via Jeff on Pinterest   Earlier this month, noted CFP & military veteran Jeff Rose was running a financial seminar with a roomful of college students. These seniors are graduating in a couple of months to (hopefully) earn … Continue reading

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Is the Roth Thrift Savings Plan right for you?


The Thrift Savings Plan “Highlights” newsletter came out last month with an update on the annual expenses of their six type of index funds: 0.025%. Two-and-a-half basis points. 25 cents of expenses for every thousand dollars in your TSP account. … Continue reading

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Trends in personal finances


The blog went over 20,000 hits last week– thanks! It took over six months to get the first 10,000 hits, and only three months to do it again. This month is on track to set yet another new high, and … Continue reading

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