Archive - June 25, 2018

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Social Insecurity & Medicare Insolvency?
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Designated Roth Account (Roth 401k) Distributions

Social Insecurity & Medicare Insolvency?

With about 10,000 baby boomers on average retiring every day, it’s not unusual for me to talk to clients and prospects who are anxious about the future of social security and medicare. Some clients, despite evidence and advice to the contrary, have gone ahead and filed for social security benefits even if it meant they would potentially reap hundreds of thousands of dollars less over their lifetimes, because they are worried that the systems are going “bankrupt”.

Given the stories and rumors that seem to float around endlessly about the imminent demise of social security and medicare, it is understandable …

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Designated Roth Account (Roth 401k) Distributions

Sen._William_V._Roth 401k_(R-DE)In a previous post we discussed the general information surrounding Designated Roth Accounts (also known as a Roth 401k) – eligibility, tax treatment, and contributions.  In this post we’ll go over the nuances involved in distributions from a Designated Roth Account under a 401k.  Distributions are a little different from most other retirement plans, as you’ll see…

Required Minimum Distributions

One of the first things that is different about Roth 401k distributions is that the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) rules DO apply to these accounts.  This is different from the Roth IRA, as RMDs are not required by the original …

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