The IRS adjustments must be utilized to grow their contributions to keep pace with the changes in the Consumer Price Index.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
Last November 18, the Debt Consolidation USA website published an article that discussed the changes that will affect retirement plans in 2014. The article entitled, “IRS Announces Changes In Retirement Plans in 2014,” specified what the changes will be and what it meant for retirement planning.
The IRS announcement was initially done over their official website, IRS.gov last October 31. The news was entitled, “IRS Announces 2014 Pension Plan Limitations; Taxpayers May Contribute up to $17,500 to their 401(k) plans in 2014.” Basically, the IRS listed that adjusted contribution limitations that will be implement on January 1, 2014. According to the IRS news release, the changes were brought about by adjustments on the standard cost of living or Consumer Price Index. The modifications basically affected the tax deductions for contributions made on the traditional IRA and Roth IRA. The alterations are basically on the Adjusted Gross Income parameters of heads of household, single individuals and married couples. To read the whole new release from the IRS, click on this link: http://www.irs.gov/uac/IRS-Announces-2014-Pension-Plan-Limitations;-Taxpayers-May-Contribute-up-to-$17,500-to-their-401(k)-plans-in-2014.
Debt Consolidation USA explains that this will affect retirement planning because it gives consumers an idea about the inflation rate of the country. This is an important factor that will ensure that consumers will have enough money when they retire. The article of the debt relief company explains how the IRS adjustments must be utilized to grow their contributions to keep pace with the changes in the Consumer Price Index.
The debt relief company also used the article to remind consumers of the other important factors that must be considered during retirement planning. This includes the consumers home preferences, lifestyle choice, health conditions, and any credit obligations that will be carried over to retirement.
Towards the end of the article, the Debt Consolidation USA also busted some myths that kept consumers from maximizing their retirement contributions.
To read the whole article, click on this link: http://www.debtconsolidationusa.com/personal-finance/irs-announces-changes-in-retirement-plans-in-2014.html.
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