Which Retirement Savings Plans Are Best for Teachers?

    Nov 29, 2015 7:30:00 AM
    Author: Scott Hanson


    November 2015

    It’s probably best to have a diversified approach to your tax planning for retirement in the same manner you would have a diversified approach to your investments. Read full article.

    In Kiplinger's, Scott Hanson answers the question: I am 41 years old, and my wife and I are both public school teachers. We’ve been contributing to our 403(b) accounts in order to supplement our pensions, and we’ve each accumulated about $100,000. Because we are in a position to save more, we’re wondering if we should increase our contributions to our 403(b)s, save in Roth 403(b)s, or save in Roth IRAs. What is your opinion? Read more.

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