Individual and Family Wealth Articles
Posted by Bryan Staniszewski on September 12, 2019
If you or a loved one needs long-term care, consider purchasing a long-term care (LTC) insurance policy. As a bonus, qualified LTC policies may deliver some tax breaks.
Posted by Bryan Staniszewski on August 29, 2019
Most private-sector employers put you in the driver's seat when it comes to saving for retirement. You might prefer the flexibility of rolling over your accumulated retirement savings into an IRA. This choice assumes, however, that your next employer's 401(k) plan allows you to move money into it from another 401(k) plan.
Posted by Kelsey Weigel on August 20, 2019
For many couples, summer is the quintessential time to tie the knot, but there's more than the ceremony to consider when a couple merges their lives, including taxes and other financial issues.
Posted by Jill Johnson on August 15, 2019
The news of another massive online data breach may make you feel powerless to safeguard your financial privacy, but you can take some concrete steps to protect yourself in the aftermath of the recent Capital One case, as well as other breaches.
Final Regulations Limit Federal Charitable Contribution Deductions in Connection With Receipt of State Tax Credits
Posted by Mark Stack on August 12, 2019
On June 13, 2019, the IRS and Treasury Department issued final regulations under Section 170, limiting federal charitable contribution deductions when taxpayers receive or expect to receive state or local tax (SALT) credits in return for charitable donations.
Posted by Cheryl A. Jankowski on August 05, 2019
Whether you are looking for ideas to help cut your tax bill for the current year, or you are hoping to minimize future taxes, now is a good time to start thinking about your tax planning strategies.
Posted by Robert Ingrasci on July 02, 2019
The IRS has privately ruled that a surviving spouse can roll over her deceased spouse's IRA — payable to a trust of which she is sole trustee and beneficiary — into her own IRA. Generally, where an IRA beneficiary is a trust, a surviving spouse is barred from treating a decedent's IRA as her own account.