This week’s episode kicks off with tax management guru Ed Slott giving advisers some solid year-end tax strategies to employ, regardless of where the Biden tax hikes end up. For his second guest, Jeff talks with David DeVoe about the pace of record-setting consolidation in the wealth management space. How long can it last, and how much is your advisory firm worth?
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My wife and I are about 10 years from retirement. We want to begin converting money in our individual retirement accounts to a Roth IRA, but the tax bite looks like a problem. We’re already in a higher tax bracket than we like. Any advice? When, or how, should we start converting?
Willie Delwiche, investment strategist for All Star Charts, says that the messy, sloppy range-bound market that we've seen since February is going to continue sideways for a while but ultimately will resolve itself to the upside, confirming a consolidation that is healthy for the long term.
Employers are increasingly offering a valuable retirement-saving tool to workers. In addition to traditional 401(k) plans, about 8 in 10 workplaces now let workers invest in a Roth 401(k), up from just 37% that offered the option in 2010, according to a recent survey from investing research firm Callan.