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KB Hutchinson

Spousal Roth IRA – Double Your Tax-Advantaged Savings

We opened a spousal Roth IRA in my wife’s name in 2013 and contributed $5,500 to both her’s and my Roth that year. We’ll continue to contribute the full amount to both of our IRA’s every year going forward, as long as we don’t hit any income limits. Mrs. RBD works her ass off as […]

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Retirement Strategy Revisited

Back in September 2013 when I started this blog, I wrote a short post about retirement strategy. It was my third post, and it listed out my basic retirement strategy while serving as an outline for what I’d write about on the blog. This post is an updated version digging deeper into my strategy. A […]

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Senator William V. Roth, Jr.

Utilize the Roth IRA for Early Retirement

Are you interested in learning about using the Roth IRA for early retirement? Anyone seeking financial independence must understand how to utilize the Roth IRA for early retirement in the context of their own retirement plan. Its usage will not be the same for everyone. Government incentives and laws consequently shape and complicate all of our […]

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