Ask an Advisor: How Can Tax Rates Be Higher in Retirement Than Your Earning Years?

Required minimum distributions (RMDs) are certainly a reason that a person’s tax rate might go up in retirement, but they’re not the only reason. There are a number of possible scenarios in which a person faces higher taxes in retirement when compared to their earning years. (And if you need help with planning for taxes in retirement, consider matching with a financial advisor.)

View The Full Article Here

Recommended Articles

Congratulations! You’ve Got Your Client’s Tax Return… Now What?

Background   Our team is continually reviewing tax returns for our Members. Believe it or not, we really enjoy it. We may be nerdier than most, but a tax return […]

Read More

Why Not to Do a Roth Conversion in 2022

While a powerful tool, Roth conversions are not a universal solution to reducing taxes.

Read More

Yes! As Little As $600 Is Reported

It wasn’t a secret this was coming. But, it may still come as a surprise to many taxpayers. Beginning on January 1, 2022, there was a MASSIVE reduction in the […]

Read More