Spousal IRA Information?

Answer A spousal Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is a tax-advantaged savings account that may be opened by the spouse of a worker, even if that spouse is not currently employed. A spousal IRA is indis... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Spousal IRA Information

What is a spousal IRA?

A spousal IRA is opened and contributed to by a nonworking spouse. A spouse can contribute up to $5,000 ($6,000 if older than 50) a year, as of 2010. IRA limits are based on the earned income of th... Read More »

SSA Spousal Benefits?

SSA spousal benefits are provided by the Social Security Administration to individuals married to or divorced from wage-earners who are eligible for Social Security retirement benefits. Age 62 is t... Read More »

What is spousal abuse?

Spousal abuse is physical, emotional, psychological, financial, sexual or a combination of more than one aspect. The abuse happens to both men and women.Physical AbusePhysical abuse causes bodily d... Read More »

Spousal Pension Benefits?

When you retire, you often have a choice in how you will receive your pension benefits. Your decision can affect your immediate retirement income, but can also affect your spouse's income if you di... Read More »