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This week on Invested, Danielle guides us through a review and clarification of our options talk from last week. We’ll be talking about how the investing greats use options to protect their profits, and Danielle explains why she’s not worried about the recent Chipotle call.

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Most financial planners offer to analyze a client’s 401(k) plan and develop an optimized portfolio utilizing the investment choices available. In most cases, the cost of this service will be around $250. Some might wonder “wouldn’t I be better off simply investing that $250?” or “can my portfolio be improved enough to justify the $250 fee?” What can you expect to receive in exchange for your $250, and over the long-run, is it worth it?

Importance of Investing in Specialty Asset Classes

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Get Yourself Motivated to Start Investing For Retirement and College

If you’re new to investing and don’t know where to start perhaps some of these recommendations will get you thinking and motivated to do something today. I’ve been investing since I was in college and wish I would have started sooner. The compounding power of time is the best tool anyone has when it comes to saving for retirement.

2010 Roth IRA Withdrawal Penalties

If you own a Roth IRA, then you probably want to know what the 2010 Roth IRA withdrawal penalties are. Every year the federal government sets the rules and regulations for early withdrawal penalties. For the year 2010, the federal government set the rate of penalty for early withdrawal at 10 percent.

2010 Roth 401k Limits

A Roth IRA is an individual retirement account, which has a different tax structure then a traditional IRA, the Roth IRA has limits that are either changed or remain the same from year to year, the limits have a few factors, your annual income, age and tax filing status has an impact on the limits for your account. Contribution limits for 2010 have not changed from last year; the limit for a yearly contribution under the age of fifty is still $5,000 and for individuals over the age of fifty can make an additional contribution of up to $1,000…

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