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How IRAs can be used to help victims of a natural disaster | podcast

Oct 02, 2022 · 8 min listen

Hurricanes Ian and Fiona and Typhoon Merbok are the latest natural disasters in the US to leave many people in a state of emergency. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, interviews IRA expert Sarah Brenner, JD, to discuss the implications of taking withdrawals from IRAs during times of hardship. They share:

  • Is there penalty and tax relief for those who face financial hardship in natural disasters?

  • What help can IRA owners expect from Congress and the IRS?

  • How can people use their IRAs to help hurricane victims?

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