Carnival of Retirement – 54th edition

Welcome to the 54th edition of the Carnival of Retirement! See the full edition at Good Financial Cents

Here are just some of the great posts on retirement from this carnival:

Rohit @ The Money Mail writes Roth IRA – Saving for retirement can be a big challenge. With so many retirement saving options available, it is often hard to decide which one to go for. Roth IRA can be an attractive option if you already max out your 401k or of you are currently in a lower tax bracket then where you expect to be in retirement. Your earning grows tax free and you do not have to pay taxes on qualified withdrawal. Thing death and taxes cannot be avoided? Think again? In this article on Roth IRA you will learn about the bas

Roger Wohlner @ The Chicago Financial Planner writes Annuities: The Wonder Drug for Your Retirement? – Annuities are often touted as the cure for all that ails your retirement. Baby Boomers and retirees are the prime target market for the annuity sales types. You’ve undoubtedly heard many of these pitches in person or as advertisements. Many of these pitches pander to the fear that many investors feel after the last stock market decline. Please make sure that you understand what you are buying before writing that check.

Lance @ Money Life and More writes Bold Move By Discover – The Discover it™ Credit Card – Discover has made a bold but necessary move to position itself in the rewards credit card market. Discover decided to stop offering all of the credit cards they offered in 2012 and have switched to a single new card that easily beats every old credit card they offered. So what is this new Discover credit card and what makes it so awesome?

Kurt Fischer @ Money Counselor writes IRA Contribution Limits – If the holidays sucked up cash you’d intended for retirement savings, not to worry: You can contribute to your 2012 IRA until April 15. And Uncle Sam’s letting you save even more in these tax-advantaged accounts in 2013.

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