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Have RMD rules changed? Required Minimum Distributions (RMD) are back in 2021 after a one year COVID-related waiver in 2020. No changes were made this year to the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) rules for IRAs, 401(k)s, 403(b)s and other retirement accounts but changes are coming in 2022. To determine the RMD for a given year,…Read More
How your tax rates can change As we enter the last part of 2021, Congress is debating a series of changes to the tax code. Whether you find the proposed changes disconcerting is largely a function of how the changes affect you specifically. From our perspective as advisors, changes in the tax code can alter…Read More
Should I invest in rental real estate? Owning rental real estate and collecting income has great appeal to many investors, partly since rental real estate is often presented as easy money. For some, their perception about the experience further adds to their enthusiasm. We often hear statements like, “My dad did well in real estate,”…Read More
Can I rollover mom’s IRA into my IRA? Only a surviving spouse may rollover a deceased’s IRA account into their own IRA. After the SECURE Act of 2019, most non-spouse inheritors whose benefactors die in 2020 or later have only one requirement – the inheritor must take all the money out of the Inherited…Read More
Every day is Independence Day at Moisand Fitzgerald Tamayo At the heart of the meaning of the word “independent” is the concept that one is free from the control of another. When we say we are independent, that is precisely what we mean. The firm receives all of its income directly from clients. There is…Read More
Six common misconceptions empty nesters have about retirement We have been advising retirees and aspiring retirees for over 20 years. Recently a conversation occurred about what lessons retirees could teach aspiring retirees, especially those empty nesters who are zeroing in on retirement. What resulted from that conversation was a list of six common misconceptions…Read More