Questions tagged [contribution]

Money put into retirement plans, political campaigns or charities are known as contributions. Questions here may be around the limits of how much one can contribute in various situations to various plans they may access.

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Contributing to 529 when living in one state but working in another

I live in NY, but I work in CT. Both states allow you to deduct up to $5000 of 529 contributions to their plan. Based on what I've read, I need to pay taxes to both states, and then I get the amount ...
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Withdraw after-tax contributions from 401k without penalty

In my most recent payroll (which included bonuses), I messed up my contribution % for pre-tax and after-tax 401k. I ended up with $10k in pre-tax and $44k in after-tax (+4k in employer matches), when ...
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Spouse Pre-Tax HSA Contribution

My wife and I each have (unrelated) individual insurance through our respective employers, one Blue Cross/Blue Shield, the other Aetna. Because I already have a HDHP with an HSA, she is barred from ...
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When can I start contributing to my Spousal RRSP again without attribution implications?

I have a question about the Spousal RRSP that I want to validate. When can you start contributing back to a Spousal RRSP after a withdrawal has been made? Summary of actions taken so far: My last ...
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How can I calculate an employer 25% contribution for a solo 401k in advance?

My situation: I am the sole employee of an S-Corp. In 2016, based on a reliable contract, I can expect a gross of $80K. Typically, I have $2-3K in expenses. I'm under 50. Because of our overall ...
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Please help me determine my SEP IRA Contribution

I'm the sole owner of an S-Corp in California. I'm an employee of the company. I need help please determining how much my company should contribution to my SEP IRA for 2020. Because of the pandemic ...
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Reversing an IRA contribution?

I contributed $6,000 to my IRA last year but turns out I made too much money to be able to deduct IRA contributions. I've read that I can reverse an IRA contribution if I withdraw the money before ...
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401k benefits meaning: 10% of salary deferral subject to first 0.6% of compensation as elective contribution

From the benefits package of a prospective employer: CompanyX contribution: 10% of salary deferral subject to first 0.6% of compensation as elective contribution What does this mean?
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Change IRA contribution to prior year

I under-contributed to my IRA for tax year 2018. I'd like to apply some of my 2019 contributions to tax year 2018 to reach the 2018 tax year IRA contribution maximum. We have not yet reached to 2019 ...
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Self employed 401k and traditional IRA

I've got a self-employed 401k that I use for a small side business, which supplements a full time income I also receive. The 401k contribution allowance is usually small because my business income is ...