Are you and your spouse on the same page when it comes to finances and retire-ment planning? On today’s episode of How Money Works, Craig and Jennifer Moser explain why it’s so important.
In our experience, people in certain jobs tend to approach financial planning the same way. On this episode of How Money Works, we explain some of the positives and challenges of financial planning by profession.
To answer the question of Roth vs. Traditional IRA, they chose to “bite the tax bullet” now and enjoy tax-free withdrawals. It's the same for retirees who converted a traditional account to a Roth. (Their heirs will also inherit the tax-free accounts.) Let's take a look at the Roth vs. Traditional IRA.
Having a strategy to generate income you can’t outlive can give you peace of mind. To help defend your future against inflation, market ups and downs, unexpected expenses, and longevity, I encourage you to build a diversified income plan.
It’s probably safe to say most investors are very aware of the recent downturn in financial markets. In addition, you probably want to understand the impact of Covid-19 on your portfolio. To be perfectly honest, I’d love to give you a specific, realistic, and quantifiable answer.
Whether you are a single, married, divorced or widowed woman, this is for you. Special guest, Lynn Michael, a local attorney, shares estate planning advice for advice for women on getting their personal business in order.
Two specific topics we want to get Addison Maille's insight on are business succession planning and real estate investing tax challenges. We’ll discuss those things plus learn more about the tax planning process and what people can be doing over the second half of the year.
Despite the ubiquity of Roth accounts, there are some common misunderstandings about how Roth IRAs and Roth 401(k)s operate and interact with each other. Confusion swirls around such basic concepts as contribution limits, eligibility and Roth rollovers.