Beverly, Thanks for your question. There is no required withholding on a 401(k) withdrawal for the state of Georgia.However, you are probably looking at something in the range of 6% tax. I would
Leo, Thanks for your question. When opening an account, or making additional contributions to it, you don't get any paperwork for file with your taxes. Just deduct the amount of the deductible
Hi Peter, You sound like a sophisticated investor. Setting your "target price" means essentially that you think the stock will move down from its current price. Otherwise, you would simply buy it
Dear Pat, I'm confused by your reference to the recharacterization due to an excess contribution. The combination of a traditional IRA and a Roth cannot exceed the maximum attributed to either one.
I understand your concerns about your employers, but you can't be fired for filing bankruptcy: https://lee-legal.com/2010/08/29/you-cant-be-fired-for-filing-bankruptcy/ I've also written about debt