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For higher education costs, invest in the client's state section 529 college savings plan up to the maximum amount eligible for state tax benefits.
Health savings accounts are triple tax-advantaged: tax free when contributed; tax free as they grow: and tax free at withdrawal.
Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) are available through a variety of contracting vehicles.
Peck: Generally speaking, what opportunities are out there for facilities to achieve real energy savings these days?
Improvements at the 405/10 would yield savings of $5.
The Board previously has determined by regulation that the operation of a savings association by a bank holding company is closely related to banking for purposes of section 4(c)(8) of the BHC Act.
Further, many commercial owners realized additional savings of approximately 5 percent by purchasing power from an alternate provider.
The debate is about whether to tax consumption only -- whether to exempt from tax all income from savings and investments, including capital gains, until that income is used for personal consumption.
Depending on the rates of return on savings dollars and the tax rates before and after retirement, the spendable dollars at retirement under TDS could be greater or less than the spendable dollars under taxable saving plans with alternative comparable investments (ACIs).
5%, the return on Zero Coupon Treasury STRIPS (Separate Trading of Registered Interest and Principal Securities) makes them a competitive alternative to other low-yielding fixed-income investments, especially savings bonds," says Gail Perry-Mason, a financial adviser at Prudential Securities Inc.
In February 2007, College Savings Bank announced Gilbert S.
Now the president's proposed savings accounts could hurt the viability of the variable-annuity product itself in that the new accounts would be tax-free investment vehicles, while distributions from annuities still would be taxed.