The House last week introduced a bipartisan bill, known as Secure Act 2.0, to expand retirement plan participation and savings.
The SECURE Act introduced an anti-abuse rule to prevent benefiting twice from taking IRA distributions and QCDs.
With different tax rules and penalties for forgotten distributions, it’s important to review retirement accounts before the end of the year.
Retirees at age 70½ may direct IRA assets to a charity tax-free under a provision made permanent by Congress.
Consider these tax and estate-planning ideas for year-end planning.
With tax bills among clients’ top concerns, year-end planning offers an opportune time to take advantage of tax-smart strategies and meet 2014 deadlines. Here are five year-end planning ideas that require action by December 31, 2014, that could help you identify ways to build your business. 1. Review required minimum distributions (RMDs). Many investors take
The end of year is a critical time for financial planning — with many strategies having a December 31 deadline. Chris Hennessey explains why urgency about financial planning moves may be specific to the final quarter of the year, including: required minimum distributions, gifting, funding a 529 college savings plan, or reviewing asset allocations. Investors