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Thank You, Ed Slott and Financial Advisor Magazine!

Thank you to America’s IRA Expert Ed Slott, CPA and to Financial Advisor magazine for hosting the incredibly informative June 9 webcast answering advisors’ questions on the 2020 retirement tax rules. Ed Slott, if you are not familiar with his name, is widely regarded by financial planners as the expert’s expert when it comes to […]

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Don’t Throw Out That Stimulus Debit Card!

“I almost threw it out,” confessed one client. “I thought it was another unsolicited credit card offer and was getting ready to put it in the shredder,” said another. They are talking about the prepaid debit cards they received from the U.S. Treasury containing their stimulus payments issued under the CARES Act. The cards, called Economic […]

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Breaking News: IRA Withdrawals Are OPTIONAL For 2020

We’re calling clients to get the word out. Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs), those IRA and retirement withdrawals you’re required to take once you turn age 72 (formerly 70½), are now optional for 2020. It’s the government’s way of letting your IRA and retirement accounts recover and catch their breath from the COVID-19 crisis. We discussed […]

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Furlough Versus Layoff: What’s The Difference?

More than 22 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits over the last month, as scores of businesses scaled back their workforce in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, some of our clients and their family members are among those suddenly sidelined. We’re helping them adjust to the new reality and make the financial accommodations called […]

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What You Need To Know About The CARES Stimulus Act And Your Retirement Accounts

The $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, signed by the President last Friday, provides bold stimulus measures to ease the pain and disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve summarized below the key provisions affecting your retirement accounts. We stand by ready to answer your questions or explore which measures you should […]

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