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RMDs and Roth Conversion Questions: Today’s Q&A Mailbag

Question: ED, I have attended 3 of your 2 day past boot camps and plan to attend in Orlando in Feb. 2018. I NEED YOUR HELP BADLY NOW!!!! I think my broker dealer is not reporting RMD’s to charities properly on the 1099R’s they issue. They are putting the same number...

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Self-Directed IRAs and Prohibited Transactions

Creating a self-directed IRA is relatively straightforward. It is not a creation of the tax code, but rather stems from the investment policies of the custodian that administers the IRA account. The agreement will allow you to diversify your IRA assets across a wide...

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Give the Gift of a Roth IRA for Christmas

This holiday season, consider giving the gift of a big head start on lifetime financial security to the children in your family by giving them funds to contribute to Roth IRAs. There's no lower age limit on having a Roth IRA as long as a child has earned...

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The Once-per-Year Rollover Rule – What Doesn’t Count

In 2014, the Tax Court ruled that an IRA owner could do only one, IRA-to-IRA or Roth IRA-to-Roth IRA, 60-day rollover in a 12 month period. This rule applies no matter how many IRA and/or Roth IRA accounts the IRA owner might have. The 12 months is a full 12 months,...

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Still-working Exception and RMDs: Today’s Q&A Mailbag

This week's Slott Report Mailbag looks into RMD rules and the "still-working" exception as it pertains to IRAs. As always, we recommend you work with a competent, educated financial advisor to keep your retirement nest egg safe and secure. You can find one in your...

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Retirement Account Limits for 2018

While there is a lot of focus on the proposed tax law changes that have a target effective date of 2018, there is something we can count on for 2018, the inflation adjusted retirement account limits. There are currently no proposed changes to the following limits....

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Tax Reform and Your Retirement Account

House Republicans took the first shot at tax reform with the release of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on November 2. Now it is the Senate’s turn to weigh in. Not surprisingly, the Senate’s take on overhauling the tax code looks very different than the House version. You...

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