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While everyone is different, there are a variety of factors that may weigh in your decision. Take the time to analyze your situation to make the most of this important retirement benefit.
General Financial Planning
I'm 37 and my wife is 35. We have 2 kids one is 15 and the other is 10. Our today debt is 80k including student loans. We are renting with no mortgage. I just inherited 500k and our household income is 8k monthly....
- 03-24-2015 09:04 PM
Can I contribute to a traditional TSP as well as a USAA Roth IRA at the same time? I currently contribute the max of 5500K a year to my USAA Roth IRA. I still have more that I'd like to invest. Is it legal to cont...
- 03-22-2015 04:43 PM
Should I count my contributions to a Roth IRA as an emergency fund? In the next few years, I'm planning on using a good chunk of my liquid assets to buy a replacement vehicle (my 19 year old truck and 11 year old ...
- 03-21-2015 02:46 PM
Hi. I will be 70 1/2 this year and am required to take a Single Payment Lump Sum Distribution from my 401k Plan. Can I have the entire amount transferred directly to my USAA Mutual Fund-IRA Account and, thereby, d...
- 03-15-2015 01:50 PM
I got a new job recently that pays pretty well so I thought I'd start saving for retirement. They offer a 401k but I'm not sure if I should start one. I plan to move in a couple years so I'm not sure how it would ...
- 03-13-2015 05:48 PM
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