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    When Does a Roth IRA Conversion Make Sense?

    Posted by Lori Fogle on Wed, Aug 05, 2020 @ 12:00 PM

    There are a few factors that make converting a Traditional IRA to a Roth IRA more ideal. Currently, amid the pandemic, we have a combination of factors that have created a bit of a silver lining for those considering a conversion.

    In this post, we’ll dig into when it makes sense to do a Roth IRA conversion and 3 reasons why it’s worth having a conversation with clients about it right now.

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    Tags: Roth IRA, Roth Conversions

    Could 'Stuffing the Tax Brackets' Help Clients in Retirement?

    Posted by Mark Triplett, CEO of Triplett-Westendorf Financial Group on Wed, Feb 19, 2020 @ 12:00 PM

    I’m a creature of habit, and my Saturday morning routine always takes me to my favorite dry cleaners. The owner knows that I work in the financial services industry but made it clear on another occasion that he has an advisor already and one whom he seems to be happy with.

    We’ve never talked specifically about his personal finances because I don't  make a habit of talking business with folks unsolicited. I’m uncomfortable with it. On this day however, my friend asked me some questions...

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    Tags: taxes, Roth IRA

    Roth IRA Conversions: 5 Factors Your Clients Should Consider

    Posted by Lori Fogle on Wed, Jun 19, 2019 @ 12:00 PM

    To make it easier for you to share, save, or print the key factors for clients to consider when doing a Roth IRA conversion, we've created an infographic for you. Check it out below.

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    Tags: taxes, Roth IRA

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