Hi, I was thinking about this scenario recently: December 31st, 2035, I turn 70; December 31st, 2036 I’ll be 71. I will always take my RMD before Midnight, December 31st of each year once I begin taking them. To calculate RMDs from my and my wife’s IRAs (excluding Roth IRA) and my 401K, is the…

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I have a 401k with Nordstrom. I was employed there over the summer. Now they told me I have 30 days to do something with my funds it or I would receive a distribution of the funds (I think). The reason they are doing this is because the amount is so little, it’s $175. So…

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The July spotlight on employee benefits discusses Wal-Marts recent decision to support President Obamas health insurance mandate; looks at a recent study showing ways to raise employee morale without paying a fortune; and details a study of the effects of lump-sum distributions from an employment-based retirement plan. Duration : 0:3:55

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Support PBS programs like this one. Give your financial support today! Visit www.wmfe.org or call 1-800-785-2020! For over 20 years, tax advisor Ed Slott, CPA, has been on a mission to educate Americans about protecting their retirement savings. With an estimated $16 trillion in tax-deferred savings, Americans need to have a plan in place to…

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my husband filed our 2008 tax return,,i had just received my 1099r form for a loan i had taken from my retirement plan,,,what should i do??,,,the amount shown on the form is 1007.11,,how much would we have to pay,,and can we file this separately now that we had already filed our taxes,,please help If you…

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– I am inheriting around $30k from my Mom’s IRA. I intend to roll it into a Roth IRA. – I am a professional trader (yeah call it day trading, but that’s not the point of the question, please). I intend to shelter the gains on those trades in the IRA, so I don’t have…

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