Many people worry about the ability of aging parents or relatives to handle money and financial affairs. With the aging population growing so quickly, it’s a situation that will only become more common. When elderly people cannot handle their daily… Read More
When a non-spouse leaves you a traditional individual retirement account (IRA), there are some tricky steps and options that must be followed. One wrong decision with the inherited funds can lead to immediate and expensive consequences, and it can be… Read More
Rolling over a retirement plan into another employer plan or IRA can be a difficult process if unforeseen circumstances arise. Typically, a taxpayer must roll a distribution received from an employer plan retirement account or an IRA to another employer… Read More
St. Louis recently learned of the potential merger of German pharmaceutical company, Bayer and St. Louis based agricultural company, Monsanto. The cash payout for Monsanto shareholders could be $128 per share, but if you hold these shares in your portfolio… Read More
In Part 1 we discussed the definition, eligibility and setup of a Simplified Employee Pension Plan. Now that you have some understanding of SEP’s, we’re going to take a look at contributions into and distributions out of the plan.
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