There’s no problem with having two piggy banks, especially when it comes to saving for your retirement. Today’s article discusses how you can plan for your retirement if you have two different incomes. Here’s what they had to say, “got side income? It’s a great opportunity to add to your retirement nest egg. But if you have a day job too, evaluating which retirement plan to open up, and how much money you can put in each plan is tricky. “There are traps,” says Scott Kaplowitch, a CPA with Edelstein & Co. in Boston.” To read more, CLICK HERE.