Secure 2.0 aims to expand coverage and increase retirement savings for employees. Peter Stokes CFP®, AIF®, Pure Financial Planner, Los Angeles branch, covers the key retirement provisions and how they may effect you. FREE GUIDE | SECURE Act 2.0 Guide Transcript The Secure 2.0 act is now law. The legislation provides a slate of changes […]
‘Tis the season to give and to get back. Americans give billions of dollars to 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organizations throughout the year. While most of us know that you can get a tax deduction for giving, do you know how to maximize that tax deduction? In this webinar, Alan Clopine, CPA, Chief Financial Officer and […]
Updated for 2022 ‘Tis the season to give and get back! Americans give billions of dollars to charitable organizations throughout the year. While most of us know that you can get a tax deduction from giving, do you know how to maximize that tax deduction? In this guide, you’ll learn how to maximize your tax […]
Senior Financial Planner, Brian Sauter, CFP®, AIF®, reviews three strategies for charitable giving and how to maximize your tax deductions. FREE GUIDE | Charitable Giving: Steps on Informed Giving Transcript There are several ways that you can donate to charity. You can use cash or check, appreciated stock or real estate, clothing, household items, vehicles […]
New research says some young people shouldn’t save for retirement. Find out what Joe and Big Al think about that. Plus, is it tax fraud if you re-file your taxes to take advantage of new student loan forgiveness? Should you invest in CDs instead of bonds, since both stocks and bonds are getting crushed right now? How can you consolidate your stock portfolio to minimize capital gains tax? Also, charitably inclined YMYW listeners want to know how to use donor-advised funds when spitballing tax planning around an IPO, and whether to do more Roth conversions or more qualified charitable distributions.
If your portfolio is overweighted in one or two individual stocks, here are some ways to diversify those concentrated stock positions. Is using a donor-advised fund a good choice? Plus, how does the IRS know if a required minimum distribution is a qualified charitable distribution? From which pool of money should you pull extra retirement income? Also, structured notes, and paying Grandma for daycare without impacting taxes on her pension – lump sum or monthly payments? Finally, the fellas provide their thoughts on starting a career in financial planning.
What’s a safe withdrawal rate from your investment portfolio when that money has to last 50 or 60 years because you’re part of the FIRE (financial independence/retire early) movement? Karsten Jeske, Ph.D., CFA, aka “Big Ern” from EarlyRetirementNow.com shares his experiences. Plus, will listener Paul reach $5M by retirement? Can monthly payments from an IRA […]
There are so many non-profit causes worthy of your charitable gifts. You can donate to charity from your investments rather than writing a check! In this video, Kyle Stacey, CFP® outlines 3 planned giving strategies that will save you money on taxes, allowing you to stretch your donations to charity even further. Transcript: So today […]
A qualified charitable distribution, or QCD, is a distribution you can make from your IRA directly to a charity if you are eligible for required minimum distributions. In this video, Matt Balderston, CFP® from Pure Financial Advisors outlines the rules and limits for this type of charitable giving. Transcription: Today we’re going to be talking […]