Taxes in Retirement

Bob Carlson of Retirement Watch on how to manage your taxes and planning strategies to pay less

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A Tax Break With Steady Income for Retirees

June 1, 1998

The old tax shelter industry promised something it couldn’t deliver: Tax breaks followed by a stream of income. Those limited partnerships never seemed to deliver the income, and some of the tax breaks were disallowed. But there is a strategy that will deliver current tax breaks with lifetime income, and it is tailor-made for retirees. […]

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Tax Shelter For Corporate Owners

May 1, 1998

There’s a special tax shelter available only to owners of corporations. The shelter allows you to make a substantial contribution to charity using your corporation’s money, take the deduction on your own tax return, and avoid capital gains taxes on your stock profits. To make this deal work, you have to plan carefully and execute […]

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Which Investments For Tax-Deferred Accounts?

April 1, 1998

The tax law can make the simplest decisions difficult. For example, which investments should be put in your tax deferred accounts, and which in your taxable accounts? The answers might not be what you think. A little over a year ago I challenged the conventional wisdom on how best to split your investments between taxable […]

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A Roth IRA – Estate Planning For Your Grandchild’s Retirement

March 1, 1998

I keep scratching for traps in the new Roth IRAs. Surely Congress and the President wouldn’t create a vehicle with a genuine incentive to save and invest, I cynically think. But it is tough to find a major trap in the Roth IRA. In fact, there seem to be many attractive ways to use Roth […]

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Tax-Advantaged Ways The Business Can Support The Whole Family

February 1, 1998

If the people I know are any indication, many of you are supporting more than one generation of your family, or anticipate doing so in the near future. You might be supporting family members who were independent for years. Perhaps one or more of your parents or siblings needs help now. Or one of your […]

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Deducting Your Investments As A Business

January 1, 1998

The only “job” most retirees have is managing their portfolios. It probably is one of the most important jobs you’ve ever held. The portfolio has to help meet expenses for the rest of your lifetime, and it will be part of any legacy you leave. If you are like most retirees and pre-retirees, there is […]

October 2020:

Congress Comes for your Retirement Money

A devastating new law has just been enacted, with serious consequences for anyone holding an IRA, pension, or 401(k). Fortunately, there are still steps you can take to sidestep Congress, starting with this ONE SIMPLE MOVE.
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