Roth 401K

Roth 401k Conversions and IRA Charitable Contributions Reinstated With 2013 Fiscal Cliff Deal


With a deal to avert the fiscal cliff reached and legislated under the American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA) of 2012, a couple of significant employer sponsored retirement plan features have reappeared with some modifications. You can read this article for an overview of the main 2013 income tax related changes in the ATRA act, but in terms […]

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How Does Your 401K Compare with Plans Hitting 10 Year Highs

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With stock markets back up, it is little surprise that 401K retirement plans have recovered most of their losses since the crash of 2008.  In a recent study covering 11 million participants across nearly 17,000 corporate plans, the nations largest retirement plan administrator Fidelity Investments, found that the average 401(k) account balance was $71,500 last […]

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Roth 401k and Roth IRA Retirement Plans Conversion Limits and Rules


[Updated] With approval of the Small Business Jobs Act, 401(k) plan participants are now permitted to convert their traditional employee sponsored retirement accounts over into Roth 401(k)s. The change will give many people the ability to better plan for retirement by mitigating tax impacts and leverage benefits currently available via Roth and Traditional IRA plans. […]

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