I'm saving some money, probably for a down payment house, and I'd like it to earn a bit more return than it would just sitting in cash. I max out my Roth 401(k) and my Roth IRA, so any additional ...
I have three kids ages 4, 3 and 0 and I am concerned about the cost of college education for my daughters. A lot of the "public" schools (not community colleges) cost between $20,000 to $24,000 a year ...
I'm a US citizen living in Canada as a permanent resident. I earn income and receive interest/dividends from both countries. I file income tax returns in both countries. Every year I hear ...
I recently ran across an article about where to park extra cash that mentioned US I Bonds. I had never heard of them before. How do they work? Limitations or rules? Really tax free? I've had ...
In the UK you can put up to £11,520 per year into an Individual Savings Account (ISA). This account allows you to invest in stock, unit trusts, index funds etc. and all income and capital gains are ...
Is there a limit on how many times I can transfer my Individual Savings Account (ISA) in a given year? [UK]
The United Kingdom Individual Savings Account (ISA) provides a tax-efficient saving mechanism. It is possible to transfer your ISA from one bank to another, but is there any limit on how many times ...
Update - clarification to potential penalty situations. The maximum annual contribution limit to a TFSA is $5000 per year. This makes it a good emergency fund vehicle. If I: transfer money out ...
I opened an ISA about a month back (only have £110 in it at the moment) Tax year ends on 5th April, I could afford to put £1000 in my ISA, I would be skint until the next payday at the end of April ...