Retirement security

PODCAST w/ Reed & Gottheimer; SEC Best Interest; EC Spotlight: McHenry; Retirement & Cybersecurity

Topics: Congress, Regulation, Retirement security, SEC Fiduciary

March 15, 2019 A Republican and a Democrat Walk Into a Recording Studio….Part Two “When people come to our offices or send us a note, it makes such a difference.” “Get engaged. Stay engaged.” The value of committed constituent advocates isn’t the only thing these two unusual Members of Congress agree on. Tune into the…

Timing a Sale of a Business under 199A, Tips for Naming IRA Beneficiaries, SALT Workaround Analysis, Qualifying for QSBS Status, and More.

Topics: 199A, IRAs, Life insurance products, Regulation, Retirement security, Tax reform

February 28, 2019 Wealth Transfer How the Timing of the Sale of a Small Business Can Impact the Section 199A Deduction Lou Vlahos at Farrell Fritz explains how, all things being equal, changes in the TCJA mean that the point during the tax year that a passthrough business sells its qualified business may have a…

Recreating a DB Plan, Charitable Contribution Rules, FICA Taxes + NQDC Plans, and More

Topics: 199A, Charitable giving, Defined benefit plans, IRS, NQDC, Qualified Plans, Retirement security

February 14, 2019 Assets Under Management How to Recreate A Defined Benefit Plan in a Retirement Income Portfolio Defined benefit plans are a thing of the past, but Steve Parrish explains how an individual can build a defined benefit element into his or her retirement income portfolio, and establish a floor income during retirement that…

What You Need to Read

Topics: Estate planning, Estate tax, IRS, Regulation, Retirement security, Tax reform

January 31, 2019 Wealth Transfer The Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning: How the 2017 Tax Act Changed the Tax Consequences of Marriage and Divorce Thomas Tietz shares his detailed notes from Carlyn McCaffrey’s comprehensive presentation on the consequences of the TCJA for marriage and divorce at this year’s Heckerling conference. Read More Top Ten Estate…

In This Week’s Tax News – 18.08.31

Topics: Retirement security, Tax reform

Friday, 31 August 2018 While the House remained on recess this week, the Senate continued accomplishing the essentials of government. They passed a number of key Appropriations bills and voted to confirm over a dozen of President Trump’s judicial nominations after party leaders struck a deal to allow Senators to return to their districts. Yesterday,…

Proposed Legislation Could Expand Multiple Employer Plan Opportunities.

Topics: Retirement security, Tax treatment

The Senate Finance Committee unanimously approved a bill that would allow unrelated employers to join “pooled employer plans,” which are multiple employer plans (“MEPs”) meeting certain requirements that are treated as single plans for ERISA purposes. The MEP proposal is included in a bill, known as the Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act of 2016, which…

Administration’s FY 2017 Budget – Part II- Targeting Retirement Plans & Savings.

Topics: IRAs, Life insurance products, Qualified Plans, Retirement security, RMDs

The WRMarketplace is created exclusively for AALU members by the AALU staff and Greenberg Traurig, one of the nation’s leading tax and wealth management law firms. The WRMarketplace provides deep insight into trends and events impacting the use of life insurance products, including key take-aways, for AALU members, clients and advisors. The AALU WRNewswire and…

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