Finding the Money

Fishbein, Robert
February 2011
Best's Review;Feb2011, Vol. 111 Issue 10, p62
Trade Publication
The author suggests startegies for funding an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) contributions. He mentions that income tax refunds must be deposited as an IRA contribution in an IRA by the income tax return due date to make it eligible. He adds that individuals may consider funding their IRA contribution ahead time than waiting to get to the contribution deadline.


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