Many advisors tout the benefits of a “tax-free income” in retirement for those individuals with a Roth IRA. More important than tax-free income in retirement is the goal of reducing your lifetime tax burden by shifting income from one year to another through a Roth conversion. With the December 31st deadline for 2017 Roth conversions [Learn more…]
Intentionally or not, Congress created an opportunity for IRA account holders to get a 0% interest, short-term (60 days or less) IRA loan.
If you want to save for retirement in an account or accounts not linked to your job, you have two choices: Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs. This article gives you guidance about which type you should choose to contribute to. It focuses on the key distinctions between the two types: Contributions to Traditional IRAs are [Learn more…]