What you need to know about RMDs, the new tax bill and their affect on Social Security:
What makes age 7 1/2 so significant? Starting within a year of turning age 70 1/2, federal rules require you to begin taking withdraws from your tax-deferred retirement accounts, including traditional IRAs and your 401(k). These are knonw as Required Minimum Distributions, or RMDs.
You spent decades saving for retirement. If you’re at or near retirement age, you’ll soon have to pay taxes on your IRAs and other tax-deferred savings accounts. Taxes on RMDs can be a major financial burden … unless you know how to protect yourself. Learn simple strategies that could save you thousands and how the 2019 tax·code may effect you! ·.
This is an important and timely event, and seating is limited for the comfort of our guests. Please join your host, Steven Wise of Beacon Associates, for this informative financial dining event
- Effects of the new tax bill
- How to calculate your RMD amount and the tax liability
- If your beneficiaries are set up for maximum tax efficiency
- Strategies retirees should consider when they DO NOT NEED their RMDs
- If your asset allocation and withdrawal strategies are appropriate for RMDs
- When you have to take your RMDs, and if there are any exceptions
- How they can impact your assets, taxes and Social Security benefits
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