I have old 401(k)s. Should I cash them out?

what to do with old 401k accounts

Client asks: “I have old 401(k)s from previous jobs. Should I cash them out to pay off some bills?” Here are 4 situations to consider cashing out old 401(k) accounts

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What Does the IRS Consider Taxable Income?

taxes with andy magnus

Andy Magnus, a CPA and ex-IRS Agent, explains the differences between income that is taxable or non-taxable in the eyes of the IRS. The general rule in the Internal Revenue Code defines all income as money received from any source derived, or for which you receive value. However, there are circumstances where income is not…

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Take the Pain Out of Buying and Selling a Car with iAutoAgent

iAutoAgent interview on Steve Stewart podcast

Get more money for your car without having to list, show, or even deliver it. iAutoAgent.com is a service for buyers and sellers with great customer service. BUYING A CAR THROUGH iAutoAgent.com As a buyer, you shop for cars via their website. HD video is recorded on every car they list and all the scratches…

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Best Practices for Buying a New Home

WEBINAR REPLAY Should I stop saving for retirement to save up the down-payment for a house? What happens if I don’t put 20% down for a house? Can I pull money out of my Roth IRA to make a down-payment? Jon White purchased a house when the market was hot. It took him and his…

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There Are 3 Ways To Save Money: Deposit, Discount and Don’t Buy with Simple, Swagbucks and Trim

The 3 types of saving money

3 WAYS TO DEFINE “SAVE” Put money into an account (save for a rainy day) Get a discount, rebate or bonus (save on the price) Avoid the purchase completely (save by not buying) Simple, Swagbucks and Trim are free services to help you with each one of these ways to save A free checking account…

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