Building for the Future: IRAs for Teens and Young Adults
You’re nevertoo young to start planning for retirement — and habits learned when you’re young can be hard to break. One healthy habit you might want to instill in your younger family members is to contribute a small amount each year to an IRA to save for retirement. Here’s a comparison of the pros and cons of traditional and Roth IRAs. Which type of IRA would be better for your young adult child or grandchild?
Section 1031 Exchanges for Real Estate Are More Attractive than Ever
Do you want to sell commercial or investment real estate that has appreciated significantly? One way to defer a tax bill on the gain is with a “like-kind” exchange. With this tax strategy, you don’t tie up your money. You keep it working for you. This article provides the basic details, including how the rules changed under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
1. New 401(k) contribution limits for 2024 2. Check your withholding while there’s time 3. Tax benefits for child adoption 4. Be charitable and collect tax benefits with your IRA 5. Don’t fall for charity scams
Firing an Employee? Consider a Separation Agreement
When you hiresomeone, your hope is that you and the employee will stay on the same track for a long time. However, at some point, the two tracks might diverge and you could have to fire that individual. In such cases, you might want to ask the employee to sign a separation agreement. This article describes these agreements and explores some commonly included provisions.