The new year will bring changes to 401(k) and IRA accounts. These changes will allow you to save more. Here’s a list of what’s changing: Increased 401(k) contribution limit – The maximum you can save annually will increase from $17,000 to $17,500. These figures apply to 403(b) accounts, too. 401(k) fee notifications – Quarterly statements… Continue reading Changes to 401(k) and IRA in 2013
Happy Veterans Day to all of our vets! Thank you for your sacrifices that ensure our freedoms and rights in this country.
A recent Wall Street Journal article indicates that an increasing number of parents and grandparents are being affected by student loan debt: http://blogs.wsj.com/bankruptcy/2012/10/29/soured-student-loans-bankrupt-parents-grandparents. From the article: As young graduates and former students struggle to find work, their student-loan obligations are increasingly falling to the family members who agreed to back the debt in the event… Continue reading Student Loan Debt Affecting Parents and Grandparents