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Making Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs) From Your IRA? Don’t Drop The Ball On Tax Reporting

Making charitable gifts from your IRA is a truly tax-smart idea for many people 70½ and over. Each year, we work with an ever-growing number of clients making charitable gifts from their IRA so they can maximize their tax savings, reduce their taxable income, and of course support their favorite charities. There’s just one thing […]

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5 Things You Need to Know About RMDs for 2021

Summary If you are retired or nearing retirement, you’ve undoubtedly heard about required minimum distributions, which are the minimum amounts you must withdraw from your individual retirement account (IRA) and other retirement accounts, like your 401(k). It’s the government’s way of making you cash in a portion of your retirement savings each year, helping to […]

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Reduced RMDs Coming Your Way … But Not Until 2022

Here’s some good news for people nearing or already in retirement! In the future, you will be required to take less money from your retirement plans, but the new rules won’t take effect until 2022. That’s right. Required Minimum Distributions (or RMDs) will be heading downward starting in 2022, as the IRS recognizes that longer life […]

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Changes To Your IRA On The Way? Not All Of Them Are Good

If it’s up to the Congress, there may be some major changes to your IRA before the end of the year. And not all the changes are good. The House has passed the SECURE (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) Act. It’s now up to the Senate to consider the bill, which has been […]

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Use Your IRA To Support Your Favorite Charity

There’s a clever new way you can have your cake and eat it too. We’re talking about updated tax rules allowing you to gift a portion of your IRA funds to your favorite charity, which will help you feel good and save on taxes, too. Here’s how. If you are age 70 1/2 or older […]

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