Removing the Roth IRA Contribution Limit With 401(k) Dollars
Back-door routes to funding a Roth IRA have developed to allow clients to grow these accounts more quickly, including one that cuts right through the traditional, employer-sponsored 401(k).
For Small Businesses, Turning a Retirement Burden Into Tax Savings
Small business clients may know the various retirement plan options that exist, but not know the valuable tax credit that can help them get started.
Fiduciary v. Suitability at Supreme Court, DOL
Obama’s decision to push for a fiduciary standard for retirement advisors while the issue is before the Supreme Court gives proponents a potentially game-changing boost.
Annuitizing the Inheritance: Tips and Tricks to Get It Right
Many clients wish to protect heirs by providing structure to the way assets are inherited. One commonly used tool can provide the solution: the annuity.
QLACs Change the Game in Social Security Timing
Insurance carriers have begun to offer qualified longevity annuity contracts, which can reshape a client’s entire retirement income planning strategy.
Deferred Income Annuities’ Flex Pay Appeals to Younger Investors
DIAs can provide protection against longevity risk through guaranteed income products that have previously been unattractive to the younger client.
5 Hot Retirement Planning Topics for 2015
QLACs and split 401(k) rollovers are just two of the top retirement planning trends that your clients need to be aware of.
Overcoming Sequence of Return Risk in Retirement Income
This often overlooked risk can often be diminished by adding annuities into the retirement income planning strategy.
New Roth 401(k) Rollovers Maximize After-Tax Contribution Value
The increasing availability of in-plan Roth 401(k) rollovers has changed the retirement income planning landscape, especially for small-business owners, but the rules are tricky.
New ABLE Law Provides Big Tax-Advantaged Benefits for the Disabled
For clients who are supporting individuals with disabilities, the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act introduces a new type of tax-advantaged savings account.