3 Retirement Loopholes Likely to Close
By The Slott Report Staff
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As we all know, there are many tips and tricks to maximizing the tax code in the short-term at tax time and in long-term with your retirement account. However, when a loophole is being used by "too many" and the government is losing out on lost revenue, it has a good chance of being closed.
Liz Weston spoke to Ed Slott about 3 retirement loopholes that are in danger. They are:
- The backdoor Roth IRA conversion
- The stretch IRA
- "Aggressive" strategies for Social Security
This article examines the advantages of these loopholes - for example, the backdoor Roth conversion strategy for high-income earners - and why each is in danger of closing in the current tax and political environment.
Read more current articles written by and including quotes from America's IRA Experts:
Retirement Income: Smart Tax Strategies (Financial Planning - Subscribers only)
The Case for Roth Conversions for High-Income Clients (InvestmentNews)
What To Do When You Forget a Required IRA Withdrawal (Wall Street Journal)
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