Your Digital Footprint – Estate Planning

People generally think of estate planning from a financial aspect.  While the financial aspect is perhaps the most important, individuals should also look at their digital assets.  What happens to your Facebook, LinkedIn, online bank accounts, etc. when you die?  Do you have someone that you designated to take care of these accounts when you [...]

May 31st, 2017|Newsletter|

Understanding Retirement Plan Distributions

Learn when and how to receive distributions. The tax consequences of taking distributions from your retirement plan can be complex.  Certain distributions can trigger taxable events that could have a major impact on your return. Typically, individuals with traditional IRA and / or 401(k) accounts can make distributions at the age of 59½ without an [...]

April 19th, 2017|Newsletter|

The Complexities of IRA Rollovers

There are several rules that govern IRA owners when it comes to rollovers. In this article, we will talk about the caveats of rollovers and how they may impact you. The 60-Day Rollover The IRS requires individuals to rollover their IRA distribution within 60 days from the date it is received. There are certain circumstances [...]

February 21st, 2017|Newsletter|