I understand the problem you face every day when you start working. You have an idea of how you’d like your day to go, and then you turn your computer on. Your inbox was populated overnight by bleary-eyed inbox-zero adherents pounding away in a converted closet. A couple more hours have been consumed on your
After a reprieve from required minimum distributions (RMDs) in 2020 due to the COVID-19 relief package in the CARES Act, RMDs return for 2021. Individuals are required to take RMDs from most retirement accounts once they turn age 72. The first distribution needs to come out by April 1 following the year you turn 72.
If you’ve changed jobs throughout your career, chances are you have at least one or two 401(k)s with former employers. If you’re like most people, you’ve probably been unsure about what to do with that money and just left it in the plans. Now that time has passed and your financial decisions are more deliberate,
By Chris Farrell, Next Avenue You’ve probably been hearing about how the Biden administration wants to raise the 21% corporate tax rate and the 37% top income tax rate and 20% capital gains rate for the wealthiest Americans. But changes in the estate tax rules, under consideration by the president and Congress, haven’t received as much
Four considerations for making the best choice for you and your family The role of a trustee—holding title to property for the benefit of another—sounds simple enough on its surface, but selecting a trustee is a complex decision with many nuances. Individuals who create trusts often focus on the trust provisions regarding disposition of the