Use IRA for medical bills, avoid tax hit Dear Retirement Adviser, I have a Roth individual retirement account I opened in 2006. Since then, I was in a bad car accident and unable to work for five months. As a result of lost income, my medical bills are piling up.
June 11, 2013 - Bankrate.com
Can You Use Your IRA to Buy Investment Property? With taxes going up for most people, you might be paying more attention to your tax-deferred retirement investing options, such as your Individual Retirement Account (IRA). And with property prices going up, you might ponder whether you can invest those IRA funds in real estate to both defer (or eliminate) taxes and earn a fair rate of return.
June 10, 2013 - Bloomberg
Give Yourself a Midyear Financial Checkup Consumers often aim high when setting financial New Year's resolutions. Some resolve to pay off six figures' worth of student loan debt, while others hope to sock away 10 percent of their net income into an individual retirement account. Impulsive investors may vow to ignore the stock market's day-to-day changes and focus on the long term.
June 6, 2013 - U.S.News & World Report LP via Yahoo! News