If you're looking to boost your retirement contributions this year, read this LA Times article first."Millions of Californians won't be able to take full advantage of new federal tax incentives to save for retirement and their children's education unless state lawmakers change the state's tax code.""California is among more than a dozen states that have tax rules that don't mesh with the new federal tax law. Workers in these states are in a bind. They can't enjoy the boosted retirement and education savings limits without running afoul of state law and owing more state--and in some cases federal--income taxes."http://latimes.com/business/la-000001236jan06.story?coll=la%2Dheadlines%2Dbusiness
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