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Author: Patrick Runyen

As a Wealth Manager at Independence Advisors, Patrick Runyen, CPA/PFS, CFP® works closely with clients to implement wealth management solutions. He leverages his technical financial planning and consulting experience to assist clients with investment counseling, retirement planning, estate planning, wealth enhancement, asset protection, tax planning, and other personally significant financial decisions. CLICK HERE TO ASK PAT.

March 27, 2015  |  

Using 529 Plans for College Funding – Part 1

Key Takeaways 529 plans are tax-advantaged education savings accounts operated by state or educational institutions. In most types of 529 plans, earnings are tax-deferred while in the account, and tax free when withdrawn for qualified education expenses. Some states, including Pennsylvania, allow your contributions to be deductible at the state level. As with so many […]

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March 11, 2015  |  

Traditional versus Roth contributions: What to consider – PART 2

See Part 1 of this blog post here.[PR1]  What’s best for me? When determining which contribution is a better fit for you, understand that there is no single right answer for everyone.  The contribution that’s best for you will be determined by your personal situation.  Ask yourself the following 5 questions before making your decision: […]

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March 10, 2015  |  

Traditional Versus Roth Contributions: What to Consider – PART 1

Key Takeaways The decision to make Traditional or Roth contributions to retirement plans adds an extra layer of complexity to investing. Traditional contributions allow participants to defer tax until funds are withdrawn, while Roth contributions allow participants to pay tax up front, so there’s no tax obligation upon withdrawal. When deciding what type of contribution […]

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