Social Security COLA, 401(k) Contribution Rules, and Inherited IRAs: Q&A #2233

August 13, 2022

Social Security COLA, 401(k) Contribution Rules, and Inherited IRAs: Q&A #2233

Jim and Chris sit down to discuss questions relating to Social Security cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs), 401(k) contribution rules, and inherited IRAs. (6:30) A Kansas listener asks a quick question about how she can change her address on her Social Security card. (10:00) A listener asks for the specifics on how exactly Social Security COLAs are calculated and implemented into benefits....

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Pensions, Social Security, RMDs, Sequential Risk, and Secure Income: Q&A #2232

August 6, 2022

Pensions, Social Security, RMDs, Sequential Risk, and Secure Income: Q&A #2232

Jim and Chris discuss listeners questions relating to pension rollovers, Social Security benefits, RMDs, mitigating sequential risk, and secure income. (3:15) PSA; A listener from Alabama links to an article about Alabama not taxing pensions that are rolled into IRAs. (9:45) A Virginian listener wonders about the best way to find his estimated Social Security benefit based on anticipated work...

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Roth Conversions, RMDs, Social Security, and Retirement Planning: Q&A #2231

July 30, 2022

Roth Conversions, RMDs, Social Security, and Retirement Planning: Q&A #2231

Jim and Chris sit down to discuss listeners questions relating to Roth conversions, RMDs, Social Security and retirement planning. (7:00) A Texan listener makes a comment about 1035 exchanges. (10:30) A listener from Seattle looks for quick clarification on a Roth conversion question. (14:50) George from New Jersey asks about how his wife should handle taking an inherited IRA RMD for last year...

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Social Security, CARES Act, Roth Conversions, and Retirement Planning: Q&A #2230

July 23, 2022

Social Security, CARES Act, Roth Conversions, and Retirement Planning: Q&A #2230

Jim and Chris discuss listeners questions relating to Social Security, the CARES Act, PTE 2020-02, Roth conversions, and retirement planning. (4:15) A listener looks for clarification on the rules of spousal Social Security benefits. (13:45) George asks about the Social Security earnings test for collecting survivor benefits. (26:15) A listener wonders about the IRS 2020-50 notice for guidance...

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DSUE, Social Security, Trusts, and Pensions: Q&A #2229

July 16, 2022

DSUE, Social Security, Trusts, and Pensions: Q&A #2229

Jim and Chris sit down to discuss the recent IRS Revenue Procedure 2022-32 and what you need to know if you plan to file for the estate tax exemption of a deceased spouse. They explain how this new ruling may enable more surviving spouses to shield their future estate from potential future estate taxes. Afterwards, they answer listener questions relating to Social Security, Trusts, and Pension...

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Jim Saulnier and Associates | 970-530-0556 | 506 East Mulberry Street, Fort Collins, Colorado 80524

Ed Slott Advisor recognition requires an advisor to be well versed on the rules and regulations regarding IRAs. The advisor must attend two live training sessions and pass two written exams annually to remain in the program. Jim Saulnier & Associates, LLC (“RIA Firm”) is a registered investment adviser located in Fort Collins, CO. Jim Saulnier & Associates, LLC may only transact business in those states in which it is registered, or qualifies for an exemption or exclusion from registration requirements. Current registered states: CA, CO, PA, TX, WA, IL Insurance products and services are offered and sold through James H. Saulnier, a Colorado licensed insurance producer, only in those states in which he is reciprocally licensed or qualifies for an exemption or exclusion from licensing requirements. Current reciprocal insurance licensing in these states: AZ, CA, CA, CN, FL, HI, IA, MA, MD, NY, PA, SC, TN, TX, VA, WA, WI, WY Click here for a more detailed disclosure.