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May 18, 2019

On this week's Jeff Motske Show podcast, Jeff will discuss contributing to an unemployed spouse's IRA, and touch on stretch IRA's.  Do you really need them?  Kimber Holdaway joins Jeff on the show in the Love And Money segment to explain the correct way to loan money to a son or daughter.  Plus, Trilogy Financials Vice President Of Wealth Planning, David Willett joins Jeff in the studio.

If you have a financial question you want answered, leave us a voicemail.  1-800-399-9637 You can email your questions as well.  askjeff@trilogyfs.com 

“Stretch IRA” is a marketing term implying the ability of a beneficiary of a Decedent’s IRA to withdraw the least amount of money at the latest allowable time in order to maintain the inherited IRA assets for the longest time period possible. Beneficiary distribution options depend on a number of factors such as the type and age of the beneficiary, the relationship of the beneficiary to the decedent and the age of the decedent at death and may result in the inability to “stretch” a decedent’s IRA. Illustration values will greatly depend on the assumptions used which may not be predictable such as future tax laws, IRS rules, inflation and constant rates of return. Costs including custodial fees may be incurred on a specified frequency while the account remains open.

 

This information is not intended to be a substitute for individualized legal advice.

 

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