Is the Worst Over?
It is ALWAYS the Right time to Do what is Right!
We want to pay our taxes deliberately, being mindful of what tax bracket we end up in and how close we are to the next marginal tax change.
Becoming a new parent can put a severe financial strain on families whether through adoption or pregnancy. SECURE Act: each parent is able to take up to $5,000…
The 529 plan allowed tax free growth on contributions to the future ‘college fund’. Student loans, apprenticeships, sibling student loans, and alternative schooling.
When you are use to saving, it becomes a habit and little by little, you can increase your contributions. Soon, you will not even notice it’s gone.
The SECURE Act ends the stretch IRA. All of those plans have to be reviewed and probably revised.Stretch IRAs for those who died before 2020 are still good.
This will give you more flexibility in years to come as you manage your income tax costs. This is not to be confused with a Roth Contribution.
If you are working part-time, the thought of saving may seem a bit overwhelming. Respect the potential of the seed with the new Secure Act rules.
How can college students start saving for retirement? Can part-time workers save tax costs and contribute to retirement?
How can you take money penalty-free when adopting? What is happening to minimize savings discrimination for older workers? What are the new uses for 529 savings plans?
The SECURE Act signed December 19th, 2019, is the law. Pay attention to the retirement income numbers, Ask these questions to keep yourself out of trouble.