Q: I'm 62, single, no children, self-employed. I'm slowly recuperating from COVID, although I'm a long way from recovered.
I have a Roth IRA and a rollover IRA. May I withdraw all of these moneys now, and repay/replace these funds in three years without tax implications?
Estate attorneys, certified public accountants (CPAs) and the very wealthy will likely go to war with the federal government should former Vice President Joe Biden assume the Oval Office. The issue at hand? Biden’s tax reform proposals, including a little-known provision called step-up in basis.
This fall, older savers who are feeling generous may want to consider using their individual retirement account to help fund their favorite charities.
There’s an incentive for being altruistic: It could help retirees manage their Medicare premiums in 2022.
It’s now easier for older savers to continue socking money away for retirement.
Just be aware that unintended consequences may follow — and they could cost you.
That’s due to the Secure Act, legislation that was signed into law late last year and took effect in 2020.