When You Should Take Your Required Minimum Distribution Early

This article is original content written by Manchester, CT Financial Advisor Thomas Scanlon, CFP®, CPA Required Minimum Distribution The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS’) requires taxpayers to begin to take their Required Minimum Distribution (“RMD”) from their IRA’s and 401(k) plans by April 1st following the year they turn 73. Failure to take this RMD will… Continue Reading: When You Should Take Your Required Minimum Distribution Early

CNBC Quotes Tom About Maximizing Your Tax Bracket

Local Raymond James Financial Advisor Thomas F. Scanlon, CFP, CPA of Manchester, CT quoted by CNBC.com on November 25, 2022. 3 lesser-known ways to trim your 2022 tax bill or boost your refund before year-end PUBLISHED FRI, NOV 25 202212:19 PM EST BY KATE DORE FOR CNBC After nearly a year of high inflation, rising… Continue Reading: CNBC Quotes Tom About Maximizing Your Tax Bracket

The Difference Between a Roth IRA and an IRA

This article on savings during retirement is original content written by Manchester, CT Financial Advisor Thomas Scanlon, CFP®, CPA The Roth IRA and an IRA both offer different tax advantaged ways to save for retirement. If you are serious about your retirement plan take these 5 Easy Steps to Retirement. Roth IRA In 2021, investors… Continue Reading: The Difference Between a Roth IRA and an IRA

How to Use the Tax Code to Retire in Style

This article is original content written by Manchester, CT Financial Advisor Thomas Scanlon, CFP®, CPA How do you envision your retirement?  Spending long, lazy days at the beach? Spending more time with your grandchildren? Going golfing or fishing a lot more?  Everyone has their own ideal retirement plan.  Want more help getting to your retirement? … Continue Reading: How to Use the Tax Code to Retire in Style

The Difference Between a Roth IRA Contribution and a Roth Conversion

Roth IRA   The Roth IRA (“Roth”) is an excellent tool to help provide for retirement funding.  Here are 3 Proven Reasons You Need a Roth IRA. The Roth is a younger investor’s best vehicle to use.  Unlike the IRA, the Roth is not income tax deductible.  This means contributions to a Roth are made… Continue Reading: The Difference Between a Roth IRA Contribution and a Roth Conversion

3 Reasons Affluent Connecticut Residents Should Consider a Roth Conversion

  Affluent folks in Connecticut should consider doing a Roth Conversion.  What is a Roth Conversion? This is when a distribution is made from an IRA, taxed and then converted into a Roth IRA. Here are Five Reasons the Affluent Should Do a Roth Conversion. 1) Reduce Your Taxable Estate   When you do a… Continue Reading: 3 Reasons Affluent Connecticut Residents Should Consider a Roth Conversion