Financial And Tax Planning For The Long Run
(Tuesday, June 30, 10 p.m. EST) After paying a terrible price in lost lives, suffering, and grief, the Covid economic crisis will pass, along with emergency tax relief in the history-making $2.2 trillion CARES Act of 2020. The tax law with us permanently, and the rules that will be affecting you every year for years to come, is the SECURE Act.
Signed by President Donald J. Trump on December 20, 2019 the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (SECURE) Act mandates non-spouse beneficiaries of IRAs deplete their accounts within 10 years of inheriting a federally qualified retirement account. A non-spouse beneficiary may be your child, grandchild, nephew or niece, or other family members you want to support after you're gone.
New Retirement Income Planning Choices. SECURE Act encourages using more lifetime income annuities to secure retirement. While this may be good generally, there is one huge caveat: annuities can be expensive. Lifetime income backed by an insurance company's creditworthiness makes for a great sales pitch but are best advised on by a professional who places your best interest above all else, including the sales commissions they will earn.
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