Spitballing Retirement for Fat Wallets - 470
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
22h ago
Barney and Betty in Maryland hit the jackpot. How’s Barney’s strategy for net unrealized appreciation, retirement withdrawals, and asset location for his $5 million employee stock ownership plan? Nick in the PNW will have $8 million when he retires early at 53. Should he contribute to his 401(k) or do the good ol’ mega backdoor Roth until then? Those are just a couple of the fat wallets Joe Anderson, CFP® and Big Al Clopine, CPA spitball on, today on Your Money, Your Wealth® podcast number 470. Plus, should Allen in New Braunfels’ recently widowed sister contribute to her traditional IRA and d ..read more
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How Much to Save in Tax-Free, Tax-Deferred, and Taxable Accounts? - 468
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
2w ago
Are there general guidelines on what percentages of your investment portfolio should be in tax-free accounts like your Roth, tax-deferred accounts like your 401(k), and taxable accounts like your brokerage? Joe Anderson, CFP® and Big Al Clopine, CPA spitball on tax diversification today on Your Money, Your Wealth® podcast 468 for Brian in Naperville, IL. William in NH also wants to be tax-diversified. Is his Roth conversion strategy a mistake? Should he be converting much more to Roth? The fellas also do a retirement spitball analysis for Tom in Spokane, WA, and for Claire in CO, who wants to ..read more
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What Does Retirement Look Like for You? - 467
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
3w ago
What does retirement at age 60 look like for Allison in Northern Virginia? The EASIretirement.com calculator says Jimmy and Rosalynn in Georgia are on track to reach their retirement goals, even though they’re late starters - but are they being realistic? Ingrid used the free EASIretirement.com calculator too, but is she able to contribute more than her annual income to her 403(b) and her Roth? That’s today on Your Money, Your Wealth® podcast number 467 with Joe Anderson, CFP® and Big Al Clopine, CPA. Plus, Perry and his wife in Winston-Salem also have 403(b) plans and they wonder if they shou ..read more
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Roth Conversions to Pay Less Tax on Retirement Withdrawals - 466
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
1M ago
Should Peter LemonJello, who has high income, and his wife, who is retired with zero income, file their taxes as married filing separately so they can start Roth conversions? What are the tax implications of Roth conversions for Randy in Chi-town, an early retiree in the 32% tax bracket? Caity with a C in SLC is self-employed and over the income max to contribute to a Roth, so now what? And Ben in Oceanside, CA wants to know what impact Roth conversions will have on required minimum distributions after age 73? Joe Anderson, CFP® and Big Al Clopine, CPA spitball on all these Roth conversion tax ..read more
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Personal Finance 101: How to Teach Teens About Money - 465
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
1M ago
How and what should we teach teenagers about money, to make the next generation financially literate? That’s what CJ in Philadelphia and Teresa want to know, today on Your Money, Your Wealth® podcast 465 with Joe Anderson, CFP® and Big Al Clopine, CPA. Plus, Hap and Bee have a military pension and VA disability - Joe and Big Al spitball on when they’ll be able to retire, and what they need to do to get there. And they spitball on whether Grace in Seattle is on track to retire early at age 55. David and Victoria in Grand Rapids, Michigan are killing the game - in their early 30s with $400,000 i ..read more
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Tax Strategies, Backdoor Roth, Buy vs. Rent - 464
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
1M ago
It’s a voice message extravaganza as Joe and Big Al talk about tax gain harvesting on Dante in New York’s daughter’s custodial account, and the tax impacts of Leon in Chicago investing in his brokerage account. The fellas also spitball on whether Michelle in San Diego, en route to San Francisco, should buy or rent in her 60’s, the mega backdoor Roth and the pro rata rule for Sean and his cichlids in Winter Springs, Florida, and whether Jason in NOLA can do the backdoor after recharacterizing his contribution. Plus, should Kevin in Ohio make like the Steve Miller Band and "take the (pension) mo ..read more
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Retirement Investing, Roth Conversion Pros & Cons: YMYW Best of 2023 - 463
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
1M ago
We’re revisiting your favorite Your Money, Your Wealth topics and Derails of 2023 in this Roth and retirement investing mega-episode. Safe investing when you’re risk averse, mutual funds vs. ETFs, stable value funds, and estimating retirement income needs when you’re a young saver with a pension made the YMYW best of 2023 on the investing side. On the Roth side, what to do when there’s too much money in your traditional IRA, whether Roth conversions are really as good as they sound, and who’s right about the Roth conversion strategy, our listener or his advisor?  Timestamps: 01:05 - How ..read more
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Can You Retire Early at Age 50 or 60? - 462
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
2M ago
Can Clark Kent’s dad in Hutchinson, Kansas retire at age 50? Will Devin in South Carolina be fat and happy or cutting calories if he retires at 59 and a half? Can Scott Magic in Idaho retire to a good and simple life at age 60? Gina and her wife are 52 and 58. Can they retire in four years, and how much should they be putting in their Roth accounts? Plus, Frenchie in Maine needs a spitball on a Roth conversion strategy with Canadian retirement funds, and Andi shares what she knows about target date funds. Timestamps: 00:49 - Can Superman’s Dad Retire at Age 50? (Martha Kent, Hutchinson ..read more
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Roth & Retirement Spitball, Insurance, and the Origins of YMYW - 461
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
2M ago
Spitballing on early retirement and Roth conversions to finish 2023. How can Jack and Diane (no, the other, other Jack and Diane, these are the ones in Rochester, MN) bridge the gap to retirement at age 61? Can Michael in San Diego do a Roth conversion without it impacting his taxes? Plus, what should "the Flintstones" do with their whole life insurance policies? What spitballs of wisdom do the fellas have for Michael, who is “benefit-less” in Kansas City, MO? Then, we wrap up the final episode of the year with the YMYW origin story. Timestamps: 00:48 - How to Bridge the Gap to Retiremen ..read more
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How to Invest: Bonds, CDs, and Roth Conversions - 460
Your Money, Your Wealth
by Joe Anderson, CFP® & Alan Clopine, CPA of Pure Financial Advisors
2M ago
Joe and Big Al spitball on investing in index funds, bonds, CDs, treasuries, annuities, net unrealized appreciation on company stock, and where to park cash right now. Plus, how do taxes, Roth conversions or the Mega Backdoor Roth, and donor advised funds factor into those investing strategies? Will and Debbie in Gettysburg are investing an inheritance, LJ in Philly and Jane want the fellas’ take on the pros and cons of various safe investments, Roger and Jessica in Cowtown Ft. Worth need four different financial spitballs, and should M.E. in Atlanta do a Roth conversion and put money in a don ..read more
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