IRAs

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Coming Wave Of 'Peak' Boomer Retirees Is In Serious Trouble, ALI Study Says

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The retirement surge will impact people's lives and the national economy, a former Clinton administration official said.

Should Wealthy Clients Use Home Equity To Reduce Taxes?

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Such strategies can sometimes carry a high price tag, advisors say.

Now's The Time To Use The 529 Tax Break For Roth IRA Rollovers, Advisors Say

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Starting this year, the SECURE 2.0 Act allows unused 529 plan funds to be rolled over into Roth IRAs without taxes or penalties.

Senators Urge DOL To Hurry And Finalize Fiduciary Rule

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The rule is needed to protect retirement savers from conflicted advice, Democratic lawmakers said.

Now's The Time To Use 529 Tax Break For Roth IRA Rollovers, Advisors Say

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Starting this year, SECURE 2.0 allows unused 529 plan funds to be rolled over into Roth IRAs without taxes or penalties.

Preparing For Higher RMDs This Year

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A good year in the markets also means higher required distributions from retirement accounts.

A Bold New Choice For Retirement Security

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This remarkable solution to enhance retirement security is found in the most unlikely of places: life insurance.

Advisors Urge Caution On Penalty-Free IRA, 401(k) Early Withdrawals

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Prematurely dipping into retirement accounts without penalty is possible, but it should be a last resort, they say.

New Small Business Retirement Plan Mandate Creates Federal IRA

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Small firms with 10 or more workers would be required to auto-enroll employees in a plan.

FSI Could Ramp Up Another Suit Against DOL Fiduciary Rule

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The trade group's president said its appeals to the Department of Labor have fallen on deaf ears.

Get Ready For Higher RMDs This Year

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A good year in the markets also means higher required distributions from retirement accounts.

DOL Approves New Rules For Pension-Linked Emergency Savings Accounts

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A new emergency pension account allows employees to take plan withdrawals free of taxes and penalties.

2024 Changes In Retirement Savings Can Help Advisors Serve Clients, eMoney Says

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Employees have new options this year under the Secure 2.0 Act.

How To Make The Most Of Retirement Savings In 2024

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Seven ideas for how to save smarter, from automation to rollovers and Roths.

Time Is Running Out To Make These Tax Planning Moves, Says Ed Slott

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Some helpful tax laws are poised to go away in the near future, he said.

Trade Groups Tell DOL To Withdraw Proposed Fiduciary Rule

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Unions and consumer groups argue rule is needed to weed out costly conflicts.

Advisors' Most Pressing RMD Questions For The Final Weeks Of 2023

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There's a lot of confusion on who will be subject to required minimum distributions before year end.

DOL Announces December Hearings On Fiduciary Rule Amid Criticism

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An industry coalition claims the department is rushing hearings before everyone has weighed in.

Former DOL Official Predicts Court Will Strike Down Fiduciary Proposal

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The DOL's new proposal would fail to satisfy the court's previous objections, the former DOL assistant secretary said.

DOL Fiduciary Proposal Allows Class Action Suits Against B-Ds and Insurers

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The private right of action is why the industry fights a fiduciary rule, says attorney Fred Reish.

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