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The #1 Tax Problem You Don't Want

Whether you’re raking in big profits or your business is in its infancy, you must keep your business and personal finances separate—for tax purposes and two other important reasons. First, in order to grow your company (and not get tripped up by...

Behind on Your Savings? (That Would Be Most of Us)

Let’s say that you’re one of the 86 percent of Americans who say they haven’t saved enough for their retirement.A) You can promise yourself that now, finally, you're ready to get your ducks in order. Buckle down. Get serious. Buy Barrons. Every....

3 Retirement Traps

You max out your 401k have equity in your home, and keep an eye on your portfolio—so why do you still feel uneasy about the future?Maybe because you’ve fallen into one of these three common retirement traps, says Gregory Salsbury, Ph.D., author of...

A Solo 401(k) Is Smarter

When I exited my magazine-editing job a few months ago to start a business as an editorial consultant, I knew the standard advice was to roll over my 401k into an IRA immediately. After talking with a few money-savvy friends, I opted to call...

Save 1% More to Make a Fortune

Let’s say you’re about 40, and you make $75,000 a year. You’re reading DailyWorth, so you’re saving 10% of your income, yearly. Let’s also assume your boss gives you a 3% raise per year (thanks, Boss!), and you have $35,000 in retirement savings...

How to Have the Fee Convo

Last week, we discussed the different types of financial advisers. Today: What should you ask your money pro first? Answer: You need to know what they’re charging you, so you can keep your investing costs low. Here are some common fee structures....

How to Figure Out 401k Fees

Noticed something new in your 401k statements? (Admit it: you're only opening them now, because it's tax season.) You're probably looking at a fee breakdown, the actual cost of your 401k, because plan sponsors are now required to spell out how...

Words You Should Know: Social Security Payroll Tax

Does it feel like your paycheck just got a little smaller? That’s because it did, by 2%. Thank the Social Security payroll tax. The Social Security payroll tax is one of the lines on your pay statement, and it is what it sounds like—a 12.4% tax...

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