According to the
“Stay-at-home dads receive a number of perks, such as more time to bond with their children and having deeper involvement in how their household is managed,” says
“But to every good deal, there are certain drawbacks that aren’t always so apparent," adds Ms. Calonia, explaining, "For stay-at-home parents, a disadvantage is losing out on employer-sponsored retirement plans and contributions."
Fortunately, the new GoBankingRates.com retirement planning guide provides suggestions for how stay-at-home dads can ensure they don’t fall behind in retirement.
The top recommendations from the personal finance site are:
Opening a Spousal IRA
Traditional Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) require an income, states the report. However, stay-at-home dads have the option of opening a specialized IRA, called a Spousal IRA in order to reap the benefits of a standard IRA using their spouse’s income information.
Stay-at-home dads can also learn more about how
See the full Father’s Day 2013 retirement planning guide here:
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