The Roth IRA first came about through the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, and is named after its chief legislative sponsor, Senator William Roth of Delaware. The Roth IRA allows a taxpayer to contribute money that you've already paid taxes on (or, after-tax dollars) into an...Read more
Here is a great Social Security update article from Marketwatch, posted today. As summer reads go, it might not prove to be as interesting as "A Dance with Dragons" or "ESPN: Those Guys Have All the Fun." But for gurus and nerds (like me), it's pretty darn...Read more
Social Security will probably be there for your retirement, but don’t count on getting all of it.
A growing number of retirees are seeing the benefits of using annuities to generate secure sources of lifetime retirement income.