Through all the challenges, newfound opportunities, and every high and low we’ve experienced during the last couple of years, it’s no surprise why we might be striving for more balance.
Midyear Outlook 2022 | Navigating Turbulence | July 12, 2022
LPL Research “Midyear Outlook 2022: Navigating Turbulence” features LPL Research’s economic and market forecasts for the second half of 2022.
Outlook 2022: Passing the Baton
Get a head start on your financial future with LPL Research’s economic and market forecasts for 2022 with Outlook 2022: Passing the Baton.
Yours, Mine, and Ours — A Couple’s Guide to Retirement Planning
While the reasons for earning two incomes may vary from couple to couple, these families often face a similar financial challenge: participation in separate retirement programs.
Withdrawing Your Assets: Understanding RMDs
When it comes time to start withdrawing the money you’ve spent a lifetime accumulating in your retirement portfolio, you want to ensure that you make the right decisions.
Will Your Money Last? Risks to Retirement Income
A sound retirement income plan takes into account several financial risks, including the potential for the retiree to outlive his or her assets, the effects of inflation on future income, rising health care costs, and the uncertain future of the Social Security system.
Tax-Deferred Accounts: IRS Distribution Requirements
Tax-deferred accounts such as IRAs and 401(k) plans are excellent vehicles for saving for retirement. But the IRS imposes a number of distribution requirements that, if not met, can result in penalties.
Should You Convert to a Roth IRA?
Whether an investor benefits from converting assets within a traditional IRA to a Roth account may depend on the amount of time he or she plans to leave the assets invested, estate planning strategies, and his or her willingness to pay the federal income tax bill that a conversion is likely to trigger.
Retirement Planning Tips for Fifty-Somethings
Entering your 50s and behind in your retirement planning goals? Don’t fret. You’ve still got time to get your financial plan back on track.
Planning Your Required Distributions
For those in or near retirement, the age of 70½ is a key transition point: Retirees need to begin planning for required minimum distributions (RMDs) that are taken annually from employer-sponsored retirement plans and traditional IRAs.