June 2014 Posts

  • Inherited IRAs and Bankruptcy

    Since the enactment of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act in 2005, individual retirement accounts (IRAs) have been protected under federal law if you declare bankruptcy. The exemption was originally capped at $1 million, but has since grown to $1,245,475 (as of April 1, 2013) due to cost-of-living increases. (The million-dollar cap does not apply to amounts rolled over from a qualified employer plan like a 401(k)--these amounts are fully protected under federal law.)...
  • Estate Plan

    CREATING YOUR ESTATE PLAN...
  • How Your Ex-Spouse Could Inherit Most of Your Money

    A 'Good Morning America' news story by Laura Mattia If you have a will — and you should have one — you may have executed it after years of putting it off. You’ve paid your attorney a lot of money and given serious consideration to make the right choices and ensure that the will is air-tight. Finally your will is finished, and you can sleep soundly knowing that your heirs will receive the assets that you intend. Right?...
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