Question

 What Taxes Are Exempt When You Have a 401K at Work?

Answer Contributions you make to a 401(k) retirement plan are tax free. More specifically, they're income tax free: If you contribute $5,000 out of your paycheck to the account, there's no withholding on ... Read More »
http://www.ehow.com/info_8498829_taxes-exempt-401k-work.html

Top Q&A For: What Taxes Are Exempt When You Have a 401K at Work

Can I deduct a contribution to an IRA if I have a 401k at work?

You may be able to deduct a contribution to a traditional IRA if you have a 401k plan at work if your modified adjusted gross income falls below the annual limits. These limits change each year wit... Read More »
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/2226929

How much can you contribute to a 401k plan at work?

The maximum amount you can contribute to your 401k plan at work adjusts each year to account for inflation. For 2010, you can contribute as much as $16,500. If you are 50 or older, you can contribu... Read More »
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/1995333

Does a 401k/403b or traditional ira work better?

On One Hand: Traditional IRAsTraditional IRAs allow you to more control over your investments. The only investments prohibited by the Internal Revenue Service are collectible items. With a 401k or ... Read More »
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/1967757

How to Put a 401k Into an IRA?

When you leave an employer, make sure to take the funds in your 401k with you. Once you leave a company, you are no longer able to make contributions into its 401k program. Moving your 401k balance... Read More »
http://www.ehow.com/how_8500194_put-401k-ira.html


feedback
loading