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Exemptions 2015 Projected for 2016 Personal and dependency $4,000 $4,050 Phaseout threshold (applies to itemized deductions as well) Married filing jointly $309,900 $311,300 Head of household $284,050 $285,350 Single $258,250 $259,400 Married filing separately $154,950 $155,650 Standard deduction 2015 Projected for 2016 Married filing jointly $12,600 $12,600 Head of household $9,250 $9,300 Single $6,300 $6,300 Married filing separately $6,300 $6,300 Standard deduction for dependent Greater of $1,050 or $350 + earned income Greater of $1,050 or $350 + earned income Additional standard...

An individual retirement arrangement (IRA) is a personal savings plan that offers specific tax benefits. IRAs are one of the most powerful retirement savings tools available to you. Even if you're contributing to a 401(k) or other plan at work, you should also consider investing...

In general, a rollover is the movement of funds from one retirement savings vehicle to another. You may want, or need, to make a rollover for any number of reasons--your employment situation has changed, you want to switch investments, or you've received death benefits from...

Certain retirement plan and IRA limits are indexed for inflation each year, and many of the limits eligible for a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) have increased for 2015. Some of the key numbers for 2015 are listed below, with the corresponding limit for 2014. (The source...