Roth IRA contribution limits in 2017 -- and how to work around them Clients have a way of getting around the government's limits on how much they can contribute to these tax-free retirement accounts, according to the website Motley Fool. This article takes a close look at those limits and how some clients can still find ways to make contributions. -- Motley Fool

6 steps to take with your financial action plan now Whether your client is investing in stocks, bonds, ETFs or mutual funds in a 401(k) retirement account, Investor's Business Daily suggests that now's the time they should check to if these are the right choices for the year ahead. One equity strategist's approach is to overweight U.S. stocks and underweight 10-year Treasuries, as well as overweight financial services stocks, U.S. small-cap stocks, energy stocks and industrial companies' stocks. -- Investor's Business Daily

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