A deadline for recharacterizing contributions is fast approaching, so advisors need to help their clients decide now whether taking that step is a good idea
Last year — 2010 — was the first year tax-deferred individual retirement accounts could be converted into tax-free Roth IRAs without having to worry about exceeding adjusted gross income (AGI) limits. Those who made the leap from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA were betting that paying the tax now would be a small price to pay for tax-free returns and tax-free distributions of those returns for themselves and for their heirs, for many years into the future. They could also make regular Roth ...
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