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“Workers can protect themselves from unexpected expenses by salting away money in a tax-advantaged account such as an HSA.”
“So your best bet for boosting college savings is still a tax-advantaged plan, such as a 529 college-savings plan and Coverdell Education Savings Account.”
“Any discussion of the ills within the system must begin with a hard look at the tax-advantaged comprehensive-insurance industry at its center.”
“April 1, 2010, 9: 34 pm byomtov says: you are not required to have a tax-advantaged retirement account.”
“Not really since you are not required to have a tax-advantaged retirement account.”
“They argued the bill would allow large, tax-advantaged credit unions to swipe market share from community banks, while distracting them from serving low-income individuals”
“Parents either plan for the expense and sock away money, perhaps in a tax-advantaged 529 plan, or they leave the student to carry the debt burden into adult life.”
“Fixed annuities guarantee a particular rate, while variable annuities are a tax-advantaged form of investing in the stock market; for a fee, investors can receive guaranteed lifetime payments even if the market goes down.”
“By far, advisers say, the most popular of these has been variable annuities—tax-advantaged investment contracts which promise guaranteed payments during retirement even if the market goes down.”
“T.A. stands for tax-advantaged; the fund aims to minimize federal income-tax implications of investment decisions.”
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