There is a list of objections commonly used against the use of a Roth. The following are answers to the most common tax concerns. Concern #1: Is it better to pay taxes now or later? Because there are many unknowns related to tax code and changes in individual earnings, there is only one good way […]
Most people think that they can’t retire until they take Social Security. So, when I advise them to delay their Social Security benefit until age 67 (and most often until age 70), all they hear me saying is, “YOU HAVE TO WORK LONGER!” Not True! The age when you take Social Security and the age
Misconception: “My designated beneficiaries on my IRAs and 401(k) are no longer relevant because I have had my estate planning done and I have a living trust.” Not so – don’t make this mistake. Bottom Line The beneficiary statement, whether it is for your 401(k), IRA, life insurance and so on is a will substitute.