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Charitable IRAs Are Back!

Over 70 ½? Once again you can deflect up to $100,000 to a charity, without paying tax on those dollars first. The charitable rollover can also be part of any Required Minimum Distribution you have to take.

The President signed the new tax act on Friday, and it resurrects this charitable move.

Call us or your CPA for more details.

31 Reasons Why Your LLC Needs an Operating Agreement

OAHow about 31 reasons to maximize the liability shield of your Limited Liability Company? They apply to every business, professional practice, and investment entity which holds stocks, real estate and anything else in the name of an LLC.

First, though, here’s why you want to consider these 31 reasons.

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Insurance, the Flying Toilet, and the Leaky Body.

Insurnace Claims picsInsurance companies get bum raps, and lots of people figure “If I file suit, they’ll come up with some money to just settle things.” But this doesn’t always happen, and an insurer isn’t going to roll over and play dead.  Sometimes, they’ll even have grounds to claim “Uh uh” and deny that the insured wasn’t covered for whatever happened.

And sometimes, the facts are bizarre, as in these two cases. [Read more…]

Five Little-Known Things To Do with Your IRA

Nest eggHere are five little-known things you can do with your IRA that most people don’t know about . . . including a way to reach into it before age 59½ without the 10% penalty.

Why consider any of these? Well, in the words of Ecclesiastes 9:11, “Time and unpredictable events overtake all.”  Consequently, waiting on your IRA to ripen (or over-ripen) may not be in your interest at all when other things are available to you.

Here’s Idea #1. You don’t have to wait to start using your IRA.  [Read more…]

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