If your son or daughter has a summer job this year you should consider opening up a Roth IRA account.
Don't have enough money to pay the conversion tax but still want to Roth your IRA? Here's how to do it in stages.
Roth IRAs, while offering tax advantages, have failed to attract a large following among Baby Boomers.
What if you’ve done all of your research, assessed your financial future and gone ahead with a Roth conversion, only to see your situation change?
Some lucky investors have more than they need for retirement and expect to pass assets to heirs. Is a Roth IRA a better choice for them?
Have you decided you want to do a Roth conversion on your retirement fund? Now you just have to figure out how to pay the conversion taxes.
Your Roth conversion comes down to one issue: income taxes. Here's why taxes are key to your IRA and how to decide if you should convert.
With the tax season in full swing, brokerage and mutual fund companies report a flood of inquiries on whether to convert traditional IRAs into Roths.
More investors are looking to Roth their IRA after the Jan. 1 lift of income limits, but is that the smartest move or are they cracking their nest egg?
When it comes time to start taking money out of your nest egg, where should you start if you have a variety of assets and accounts?