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Advisers’ top 5 questions on how the new SECURE Act rules will work
Clients can use traditional IRAs to realize tax benefits related to medical expenses, business losses and charitable contributions.
A $20,000 Roth conversion turns into a $2 million tax disaster, demonstrating why clients need advisers for critical IRA moves.
If Congress eliminates the stretch IRA, advisers will have to rethink IRA trust planning.
IRA funds withdrawn and timely rolled back into the IRA are protected in bankruptcy — no matter what the funds were used for while outside the account.
Advisers can use this information to begin planning for 2019
In some cases, the RMD is the entire IRA balance — or more!
Who is responsible, and what to do now that it's happened.
If the IRA owner's spouse is more than 10 years their junior, the holder can use a different IRS table to calculate RMDs.
Complete rollovers, take care of qualified charitable distributions and be sure that all funds related to a lump-sum distribution have been withdrawn.
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