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The beginning of a new year often comes with many changes. For 2023, some of the most significant transformations are occurring in the retirement industry, thanks to the recent passage of the SECURE Act 2.0. While some of the new law’s provisions will not take effect until future years, others will need to be addressed […]

Growing a family, buying a first or second home and retiring from your professional career are exciting life events that most of us love to talk about but few of us plan for in advance. If we put off planning for these happy occasions, imagine how little time we actually devote to planning for life’s […]

The inflation adjustments to various provisions of the tax code increase significantly in 2023 due partly to rising consumer prices and persistent inflation. It is important to consider these changes as you engage in estate planning and preparing for tax efficiency this year and in the years ahead. In some instances, you could find yourself […]

Thanksgiving is in the rearview mirror and another year is quickly coming to an end, leaving investors with a limited amount of time to maximize their retirement savings in the most tax efficient manner. Following are some steps to consider taking before Dec. 31. Max out your contribution to a workplace 401(k) retirement plan. For 2022, […]

Like many estate-planning strategies, the decision of whether to invest in a traditional 401(k) retirement savings plan or a Roth 401(k) comes down to taxes. More specifically, does it make more sense for you to pay taxes on your withdrawals in the future after you reach 59½ years old, or on the contributions you make […]

The IRS recently issued guidance extending the deadline for retirement plans and individual retirement accounts (IRAs) to adopt amendments reflecting legislation passed into law in 2019 and 2020. The previous deadline for calendar year plans has been postponed from December 31, 2022, to December 31, 2025. The additional time is good news for sponsors and […]