All RMDs have been waived for tax year 2020

All RMDs have been waived for tax year 2020, meaning clients will not need to take an RMD from their retirement account for this year.

If clients have already taken all or part of their RMD within the past 60 days, they can re-contribute that amount back into their retirement account, assuming the distribution qualifies for a rollover.

For more information, reach out to the custodian or advisor of the accounts.

Financial Peace of Mind in the Age of Coronavirus

Financial Peace of Mind in the Age of Coronavirus

https://www.finra.org/investors/insights/financial-peace-mind-age-coronavirus

The headlines are hard to ignore. Coronavirus (COVID-19)-related cases and deaths are increasing around the globe, supply chains have been interrupted, financial markets are experiencing historic volatility, and businesses are questioning how they will weather the storm.

When it feels like so many things are out of our control, sometimes the best thing to do is focus on the things that are. Here are five questions to ask for some financial peace of mind in the age of coronavirus.  Continue reading “Financial Peace of Mind in the Age of Coronavirus”

CARES Act

Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act

Stay tuned right here for more information, on this unprecendented relief act, one that will allow you to defer your RMDs and for those under 59 1/2, take a hardship distribution from their retirement savings, without penalty.