Senate passage of the EARN Act moves retirement reform legislation closer to a vote before both chambers of Congress.
As the deadline approaches, there is still time for investors to reverse or recharacterize, a Roth IRA conversion.
A benefit of a Roth conversion is that investors may change their minds. An early start gives investors more time to assess the value of the strategy.
A Roth IRA conversion has a special provision that allows investors to undo the action. The deadline to reverse the action for 2015 tax year is approaching.
October 15, 2015 is the deadline to recharacterize a Roth conversion
Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) continue to comprise the largest segment of assets in the retirement industry. Most of the growth is driven by rollovers, creating opportunities for financial advisors working with clients who are deciding what to do with their 401(k) assets. Here are five ideas that advisors may use to try to grow their
With their growth rate expected to nearly double that of 401(k) assets in the next five years, individual retirement accounts (IRAs) continue to be a leading segment in the retirement industry. Here are some highlights of the growing IRA market: 1. The traditional IRA represents the largest share of U.S. retirement assets. In a 2014
With an October 15 deadline to “undo” a Roth IRA conversion, now is an opportune time to reach out to clients who may want to reverse that transaction. Clients who converted a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA in 2012 have until October 15, 2013, to reverse or “recharacterize” the conversion, transferring the assets back