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Want To Save On Taxes? Make Time To Fund Your 2021 IRA Before It’s Too Late

We’re getting closer to the April 18, 2022 deadline for filing your 2021 taxes and funding your IRAs or Roth IRAs for 2021 (that’s last year). The maximum amount you can contribute to your IRA for 2021 is $6,000 or 100% of taxable compensation ($7,000 if you turned 50 by the end of last year). That’s the same […]

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CNN Business: Will Congress Kill The Backdoor Roth IRA?

You may have heard that some folks in Congress are threatening to squash the so-called ‘Backdoor Roth IRA,’ as the legislature debates passage of the Build Back Better bill, a multi-trillion dollar social welfare and spending proposal. What exactly is the Backdoor Roth IRA? For a quick overview, check out our recent blog story about Backdoor […]

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US News & World Report: Last Minute Tax Tips!

We were happy to collaborate last week with U.S. News & World Report and journalist Kimberly Lankford on last minute tax tips for 2020! Here’s a couple of our favorite tax moves you can still take advantage of right now: A perfect time for the non-working spouse to start on the path to financial freedom […]

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#1 Best Way To Help The Kids or Grandkids? Get That Roth IRA Going

During a client meeting in our office last week, we talked about how they – parents of young adult kids (in their 20s and young 30s) – could help the kids get onto a sturdier financial footing without killing their own initiative or enabling them. We’ve written about this a lot, but it’s always worth repeating […]

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