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IRA Rollover

401(k) PlansFinancial PlanningIRA RolloverJob TransitionRetirement PlanningRoth IRASecure ActUpdated for 2020

Rolling Over a 401(k) to a Roth IRA: Should You Convert to a Roth?

What are your 401(k) rollover options? You may consider converting your 401(k) to a Roth IRA. No matter what you call it (transfer, roll over, convert, or just moving it), converting your old retirement plan to a Roth IRA is worth considering. A Roth IRA offers unique benefits unavailable in other…
May 26, 2020
ForbesInheritanceIRA RolloverRoth IRASecure ActTax & Estate PlanningTraditional IRATrustsUpdated for 2020

The End of the Stretch IRA and What it Means for Your Estate Plan

The Secure Act became law on December 20th, 2019, bringing the most significant changes to the retirement system in over a decade. Among the changes is the end of the so-called 'Stretch IRA' which allowed non-spouse beneficiaries of an IRA (or other type of retirement account) to 'stretch' withdrawals over…
January 15, 2020
403(b) PlansFinancial planning for physiciansIRA RolloverJob TransitionRetirement PlanningSecure ActUpdated for 2020

What Should You Do With Your Old 403(b)? Here Are Four Options.

Updated for 2020. For doctors and medical professionals, switching hospitals often means starting a new 403(b) retirement plan. Before leaving, consider your options for the old plan. In most instances, it makes sense to roll the old 403(b) plan into an IRA account. However, it is important to know what…
October 14, 2015