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Jim Blankenship is a Enrolled Agent and financial planner (BlankenshipFP)who will tell us the ins and outs of IRA conversions to Roth IRA when your income is too high. Jim is the author of several books, including "The IRA Owner's Manual". We are excited to have Jim back so we can ask him lots of detailed questions about Roth IRAs, a very tricky subject when your earned income exceeds certain limits.
La Ira , buena o mala y como puedes vencerla? Hoy hablamos sobre la ira y como este estado emocional nos afecta a todos. La ira es algo que en algun momento a surgido en cada uno de nosotros. Es mas posible pecar por la reaccion a un problema que por accion independiente y por este motivo es importante hablar sobre este tema. Este refleixonar nos ayudara a implementar los cambios necesario para mejorar.
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Edwin Kelly is the Director of Education at Specialized IRA Services
Edwin has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Smart Money Magazine as well as featured on CNBC.
Edwin is a frequent guest on radio and television including being a guest expert on the Money Show. Edwin’s formal background includes an MBA and he was formerly a Registered Investment Advisor consulting to institutional clients like the Bank of New York.
He is America’s foremost expert on helping regular everyday people achieve true financial security and freedom by combining the power of Self Directed IRA’s with Real Estate Investing, Tax Liens and Private Lending.
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Most investment choices don't earn great curiosity, but if any are deserving of that kind of attention, it would be the Roth IRA.
Financial planners routinely say that younger people should invest in a Roth because they would most benefit from its many wonderful qualities. But the truth is, Roth IRA accounts make a good choice for people of all ages.
With Roth IRAs, savers get a tax-free stream of income in retirement. And it's not just the contributions that come out tax-free. Uncle Sam doesn't lay a finger on any of the earnings. It can be a pretty sweet deal when you're talking about decades of compounding.
The only catch is that you pay income tax on your contributions upfront (post-tax dollars).
Unlike the traditional IRA, which gives investors a tax deduction for the year the contribution is made, the Roth version lets savers contribute after-tax money today and withdraw principal and earnings tax-free at retirement.
The Roth can also be used for educational purposes, major medical expenses, and first home buys...with qualifications.
For individuals looking for tax diversification in retirement, the Roth IRA is one of the few tools they can create that ensures that they have a stream of tax-free income in retirement.
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Kaaren Hall is the President of uDirect IRA Services in Tustin, California. Kaaren helps people use their retirement accounts to invest outside of wall street into real estate, private stock, loans and much more!
1) Is self-directing for everyone?
2) What are the steps to self-directing an IRA?
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Email Address: KHall@uDirectIRA.com
Website: www.u [...]
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