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What you need to know about the proposed MEGA IRA rules | PFP learning library podcast archive

2 months ago · 31 min listen

If you have clients with more than 10 million in their traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, and vested defined contribution plans, they may have to take distributions to keep the aggregate plan balances below a certain threshold beginning in 2022. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, gets you up to speed related to:

  • The new proposed limits on MEGA IRAs and related forced withdrawals

  • How the numbers work with the 50% test and the 100% test

  • The best planning strategies to keep taxable income under 450k (MFJ) / 400k (S) so that the new rules won’t apply

  • Reviewing Roth conversion rules since this will be a key planning opportunity before year-end

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