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Sock away enough money to cover at least three months' worth of income provided by the better paying of the two paychecks.
BARRE - Voters at the annual town meeting Monday night will have the usual smorgasbord of budget and spending requests, bylaw amendments, capital projects, and requests to sock away cash in the Landfill Stabilization Account.
23% increase, fueled mainly by baby boomers looking to sock away retirement funds.
And though the company would like to sock away more shares of Expedia and Hotels.
For 2002 you can set up a SEP-IRA as late as April 15, 2003, and sock away 25% of the compensation earned last year (limited to $200,000 per participant).
She's been going to Pierce College and been able to sock away most of the money she's received the last two years in government Aid to Families with Dependent Children.
So far, she's managed to sock away $90,000 in donations for the project; fund raising has a long way to go, but she's patient.
The former lets you sock away 20% of earned income or no more than $35,000 a year; the latter allows owners to contribute up to 15% of income, or $30,000 per year.
Assemblyman George Runner has co-authored a bill that would create a state fund to allow parents to sock away college savings on a state tax-deferred basis.
Just as you allocate dollars to pay your bills and support your lifestyle, sock away a portion of your income for investments
With a good financial planner, consumer groups say, you should be able to save on taxes, achieve a competitive rate of return on your investments and sock away enough money for the future such as your children's college tuition and retirement income.
Financial planners suggest that you sock away as much as three to six months of income.