DeCesare Retirement Specialists

Retirement

Our featured article of the month, 2021 Limits for IRAs, 401ks & More, serves more as a reminder of the contribution limits for retirement accounts along with information on some slight qualification adjustments. IRA contributions for 2020 would be due by the time you file your tax returns or April 15, 2021. For added clarity...

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Our featured article of the month, Annual Financial To-Do List, summarizes useful financial considerations that can be performed prior to year end. Since this year has looked different for many from a financial perspective, spending a little more time preparing tax related items may be even more beneficial. For instance, if you have had a...

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Our featured article of the month, How Much Money Will You Need for Retirement, highlights the continued confusion by most Americans about their future retirement needs as well as headline trauma that helps contribute to the situation. It is accurate that many Americans are unsure how to structure their own retirement. They consistently have questions...

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Our featured article of the month, Retirement 2020, outlines a brief Question & Answer (Q&A) format to better understand the changes to retirement related rules under two new provisions for 2020; the SECURE Act and the CARES Act. Our monthly newsletter from January highlighted some of the more significant changes of the SECURE Ac, it can...

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Our featured article of the month, Before You Claim Social Security, poses some preliminary questions that should be considered prior to making your claim. Ironically, the most pressing question is also the most difficult one to answer. How long will you live? For obvious reasons, that question is rather impossible to answer with true accuracy....

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Our featured article of the month, The SECURE Act, explains a few of the provisions to the current rules regarding Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) and Inherited IRAs otherwise known as Stretch IRAs. Additionally, continued contributions have been revised as well as changes to multiple employer plans. The most notable changes affecting my clients include the...

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