Monthly Archives: October 2010

Tax Tip: Saving for Retirement Series – Part 1: Traditional IRAs

We are beginning a series of Tax and Money Tips to take a look at ways that you can save for retirement in a tax advantaged way. As we approach year-end, now is a good time to review your current retirement plan and consider any moves needed to maximize your tax savings.

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Does Staying the Course still work for you?

Many current investment strategies direct the client to invest assets while reducing risk through sensible diversification. Continue reading

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Using IRAs to Cover College Expenses

It’s time for college students to head back to school. But how are you going to pay for this next year of college? Some people will be able to write the check. But the majority of the population relies on loans, grants, scholarships, funds from family members and student earnings to cobble together enough money to pay the bills. What if it isn’t enough? Can you use your retirement savings to help pay the bill?
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The Small Business Jobs Act of 2010

On September 27, 2010, President Obama signed into law the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 (H.R. 5297). The legislation contains several provisions designed to ensure that small businesses have access to adequate credit. The Act also contains targeted short-term tax relief for small businesses.
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