Posts Tagged IRAs

Key IRA Changes Made by the SECURE Act

By Denise Appleby, APA, CISP, CRPS, CRC®, CRSP, Founder and Owner of Appleby Retirement Consulting, Inc. Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act We think it is best to focus just on the SECURE Act’s changes to IRAs today versus employer plan changes as these changes are highly complex. It is best to cover […]

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IRA Beneficiary Designations and Surviving Spouse Strategies

By Rex L. Hogue, Attorney and Partner, Haiman Hogue, PLLC Qualified retirement plans (QRPs) create numerous planning problems. I found that most people have no idea how much they complicate estate planning nor do they know how to deal with the complications. Many mistakes can be made that can be devastating, and frequently they are […]

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Traditional IRA Distributions: Optional, Required, Penalties, and Tax Reporting

By Denise Appleby, CISP, CRC®, CRPS, CRSP, APA, President of Appleby Retirement Consulting, Inc. We’re going to be looking at traditional IRA distributions at a very high level, and we’ll talk about Roth IRA distributions as well. I thought this would be an important topic to address because I’ve been receiving so many questions from […]

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Year-end Planning and Compliance Requirements for IRAs

By Denise Appleby, CISP, CRC®, CRPS, CRSP, APA, President of Appleby Retirement Consulting, Inc. From a general perspective, we’re going to be looking at some transactions that must be completed by the end of the year in order for your clients to benefit from these provisions. I was speaking with some clients yesterday and I […]

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