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  2. The Tax Benefits of Your 401(k) Plan

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    When you contribute 6% of your salary into a tax-deferred 401 (k)— $2,100—your taxable income becomes $32,900. $35,000 x 0.06 = $2,100. $35,000 - $2,100 = $32,900. The income tax on $32,900 is ...

  3. 401(k) Rules You Need to Know - AOL

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    The key advantage that 401 (k)s give workers is the extremely large amount that you're allowed to contribute each year. For 2012, the rules allow you to put as much as $17,000 into your account ...

  4. The Pros and Cons of Withdrawing on Your 401(k) Early

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    People love 401(k) plans because they're simple, contributions are automatic and, in many cases, they offer free money in the form of matching employer funds. Unlike Roth IRAs and annuities ...

  5. Retirement Taxes Deadline: Required Minimum Distributions ...

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    If the retirement plan account is an IRA or the account owner is working and contributing to an employer-sponsored retirement plan (while also being at least a 5% owner of the business), then RMDs ...

  6. The Great Resignation: How to handle your 401k if you leave a ...

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    “If you have a 401K and move it to an IRA (individual retirement account), you can’t move that IRA to a new 401K unless the new employer allows it,” Molyneaux said.

  7. How 401(k) Withdrawals Can Be a Big Mistake

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    In addition, once the money's out, you're not allowed to redeposit the money back into your retirement account unless you're eligible as a current employee at a company that offers a 401(k) plan ...

  8. Thinking About Quitting? Retirement Mistakes to Avoid During ...

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    Cashing out on retirement savings too early. Indeed, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) says that engaging in early withdrawals before you turn 65 (or the plan’s normal retirement age, if ...

  9. Liz Weston: Why a 401(k)-to-IRA rollover could be a mistake

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    With 401(k)s, by contrast, you can begin withdrawing money at age 55 without penalties if you no longer work for the company offering the plan. If you transfer an old 401(k) account to a new ...

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