IRS Reverses Long-Standing Position on One-Rollover-per-Year Rule

Category: Financial Planning

July 17, 2014  |  

IRS Reverses Long-Standing Position on One-Rollover-per-Year Rule

The IRS has indicated that it will follow the recent Tax Court decision in Bobrow v. Commissioner, which held that a taxpayer may make only one tax-free, 60-day rollover between IRAs within each 12-month period, regardless of how many IRAs he or she maintains. However, the IRS will not apply this new interpretation to any […]

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June 10, 2014  |  

Thoughts on Raising Financially Responsible Children

Teaching financial responsibility to children is a great way to provide them with knowledge and experience that will help them grow into financially stable adults.  Our first lessons about money come from our parents and they set the frame-work for the critical lessons and behaviors to promote healthy money attitudes and habits in children. Lessons […]

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December 12, 2013  |  

How to avoid being stopped at the financial goal line…

Is it really surprising that so few investors reach their goals? Given the number of conflicting sources of investment advice, it’s no wonder that so few investors are able to earn the returns required to reach their investment goals (source: DALBAR 2012). Investors are constantly bombarded with varying opinions about stock prices, the economy, the political […]