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What do you get when you combine two knowledgeable CFP® PROFESSIONALS (one also a well-informed COLLEGE FINANCE INSTRUCTOR)? If you mix in relevant financial information and a healthy dose of humor you get the Retirement and IRA Radio Show! JIM SAULNIER, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional with Jim Saulnier and Associates who specializes in retirement planning for clients across the country, CHRIS STEIN, a Finance Instructor at Colorado State University who is also a CERTIFIED FINANC ...
 
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Jim and Chris discuss listeners’ questions relating to Social Security, Rollover Options, and IRA conversions. (2:00) George from Chicago asks a question about when the overall best time to claim Social Security is. (10:50) A listener from North Carolina asks for advice on taking a lump sum buyout from his employer and rolling it into his 401k or I…
 
Jim and Chris begin to clarify the details on coronavirus related distributions (CRDs) and the tax implications surrounding them in this first part of the CRD focused EDU show. The post Coronavirus Related Distributions (CRDs) Part 1: EDU #2046 appeared first on The Retirement and IRA Show.By Jim Saulnier, CFP® & Chris Stein, CFP®
 
Jim and Chris discuss listeners’ comments and questions relating to Social Security “grace years”, IRAs, QCDs, RMDs, and Taxes. (Intro) Jim and Chris read an incredibly generous “thank you” email from Georgette in California and address what a “grace year” means for Social Security. (16:55) A listener asks for clarification on an older article writ…
 
Jim and Chris answer listener questions about spousal benefits, tax withholdings on Social Security benefits, Indexed Universal Life policies, and Backdoor Roth contributions. (6:15) An Arizonian wants to know more information on claiming spousal Social Security benefits at their Full Retirement Age (FRA). (14:30) George asks a question about withh…
 
Jim and Chris answer listener questions about Social Security, The Minimum Dignity Floor, ERISA, and Roth IRA Contributions. (7:30) A listener wonders where to start when deciding which withholding rate to choose for Social Security benefits. (18:55) John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmit from Kentucky asks about Social Security claiming strategies to cove…
 
Jim and Chris discuss comments relating to Social Security while answering questions about IRAs and taxes. (Intro) Two listeners; one from Pennsylvania and one from Texas reach out to Chris for clarity on a Social Security question asked on a previous Q&A regarding delayed retirement credits. (22:10) A returning listener who panicked when the stock…
 
Chris compares and contrasts the annual changes to Social Security for 2021 including cost of living adjustments, wage and price inflation, as well as Social Security credits. The post Social Security Changes for 2021: EDU #2042 appeared first on The Retirement and IRA Show.By Jim Saulnier, CFP® & Chris Stein, CFP®
 
Jim and Chris answer questions on Social Security claiming strategies, withdrawing an application for claiming Social Security, the Spousal Waiver Form, RMDs, and backdoor Roth contributions. (2:56) George asks a question about Social Security claiming strategies. (7:17) George from Arizona wonders what the repercussions are for withdrawing his app…
 
Jim and Chris sit down to discuss the topic of beneficiary designations and their important role within the financial planning industry. Most importantly, they talk about 401k plans and how blended families can be affected depending on how their beneficiary designations have been set up. The post Beneficiary Designations: EDU #2041 appeared first o…
 
Chris tries to get caught up while Jim is out of the office and answers miscellaneous Social Security questions. (3:00) A listener has a question about whether or not a 401A plan is the same as a DCP plan. (12:05) A listener from Alabama has a couple of questions regarding his father-in-law’s Social Security benefit. (18:00) A Californian couple as…
 
Jim and Chris answer questions covering Social Security, Mega Backdoor Roth conversion strategies, and Qualified Longevity Annuity Contracts. (6:00) A Pennsylvanian asks about various claiming strategies of Social Security survivor benefits. (13:45) Georgette from California asks a question about which date she should file for Social Security benef…
 
Jim and Chris discuss some questions on the lifetime estate tax exemption, locating old 401(k)s, Roth IRA conversion limits, and backdoor Roth contributions. (8:38) Georgette asks a question about the lifetime estate tax exemption. (21:55) George wonders what the best way to locate an old 401(k) is. (38:50) A Pennsylvanian asks about the limits of …
 
Jim and Chris cover questions on Social Security claiming strategies, taxes, HSA contribution rules, and the CARES Act. (8:00) An Indianaian asks a question about claiming ages for Social Security benefits. (19:10) Georgia from Minnesota wonders what the appropriate balance to hold in her, “Always Taxable” accounts would be. (45:40) A listener from…
 
Jim and Chris discuss a Texan’s email regarding his experience with a financial advisor and the financial planning industry as a whole. The post A Discussion About the Financial Planning Industry: EDU #2037 appeared first on The Retirement and IRA Show.By Jim Saulnier, CFP® & Chris Stein, CFP®
 
Jim and Chris discuss a few questions on Social Security, Private Lending, Income Annuities, Asset Management, and more. (4:05) A listener would like to know more about how to calculate Social Security survivor benefits. (20:50) George and Georgette from Georgia ask a question about private lending from retirement accounts. (41:35) A listener wants…
 
Jim and Chris discuss listeners’ questions involving Social Security, Roth conversions, pension/annuity distributions, and how rental properties are treated in our financial planning process. (6:20) A Virginian wants to know how to get his estimated Social Security benefit at age 70 while currently collecting a spousal benefit. (16:00) A listener a…
 
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