There are two strategies you can use to avoid the 10% premature distribution penalty: Coronavirus-Related Distributions and 72(t). Continue Reading
When you die, you want to make sure that your assets are distributed to your intended beneficiaries. The transfer of retirement plans at death is controlled by beneficiary forms associated with individual plans. Beneficiary forms supersede all other estate planning documents. Directly named, or designated, beneficiaries will be the ones who receive the funds. Beneficiary mistakes can… Continue Reading
Winning at the 401(k) game requires strategic play focused on the objective of maximizing lifetime after-tax distributions. Continue Reading
While they aren’t for everybody, reverse mortgages are no longer a program of last resort. A Home Equity Conversion Mortgage, or HECM, can increase retirement spending and provide for a larger legacy when used strategically throughout retirement. Continue Reading
If you are the beneficiary of a retirement or IRA account that you inherited after 2019, you need to familiarize yourself with the new SECURE Act rules to determine the applicable time frame for taking distributions in order to avoid potential sizable penalties. Continue Reading
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