Workplace Retirement Plans (401k, 403b and 457 plans)

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What You Should Know About Retirement Plan Rollovers

Given the current economic environment where companies are laying off workers and, in some cases, going out of the business, the implications for employer-sponsored retirement plans are significant. Unfortunately, one of the consequences of the pandemic and the economic shutdown is that many companies are laying off workers and, in some cases, shutting down completely.…

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CARES Act: IRA and Retirement Plan Provisions

There are several provisions in the CARES Act, which was signed into law on March 27, 2020, that provide flexibility to retirement account owners. In a previous blog post, we discuss the suspension of Minimum Distribution Requirements for 2020.  But perhaps the most significant change to IRAs under the CARES Act was the establishment of…

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CARES Act: Changes to Minimum Distribution Requirements for 2020

Included in the CARES Act, which was signed into law on Friday, March 27th, 2020, are provisions related to tax-deferred retirement plans/IRAs and minimum distribution requirements for 2020. Specifically, regardless of your age, all minimum distribution requirements from tax-deferred retirement plans and IRAs have been suspended for 2020.  Of course, you can take withdrawals if…

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2019 Contribution Limits for Retirement Accounts

Annual contribution limits for retirement savings accounts for 2018 and 2019, as established by the IRS, are listed below.  Please keep in mind that contributions to Traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, and SEP IRAs can be made up until the time your tax return is due, including extensions. 2018 2019 Maximum Annual Traditional IRA contribution (under…

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What You Need to Know about Roth IRA and 401K Distribution Rules

When saving for retirement, ROTH accounts are becoming increasingly popular.  Unlike traditional IRAs or 401k plans, while contributions to ROTH IRAs and ROTH 401k plans are not tax deductible, distributions are tax-free (so long as certain requirements are met).  If you have ROTH accounts, it is important to understand Minimum Distribution Requirements as they differ from those of traditional IRAs/401ks.

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5 Steps to Maximize the Benefits of Your 401k Plan

A 401k plan can be a wonderful savings vehicle, but many employees don’t know how to navigate the plan to maximize the benefits it can offer in retirement. Contribution levels, matching opportunities, investment options and costs are all factors that need to be considered. Here are five steps to help you optimize the potential benefits…

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