Roth IRA Tax-Free Retirement distributions are quite simply, the best tax gift Congress has ever given the American taxpayer for retirement; it's a wonder why more people do not take advantage of this great plan.
There is a conversion tax that must be paid, but once one realizes that large tax paid over the life of an IRA it makes sense to plan ahead and cut the tax early on.
One reason why Tax-Free accounts are not a household staple is that converting Qualified Funds has come with a heavy price tag. However, that's changed.
With the new tax rate reductions coupled with an increase in standard deductions now is the most opportune time to convert to a Tax-Free account.
1. Lower Social Security Taxes and Save
Since Tax Free accounts distribute assets income Tax-Free this can help avoid Social Security income from becoming taxable and help save another $1,000-$4,000 in taxes per person.
2. Tax-Free Accounts have No RMDs
This will allow your funds to grow tax-free longer and not be forced out of tax benefits
3. Never Worry About Future Tax Rate Hikes
With a $22 Trillion-dollar tax benefit and Social Security and Medicare actuarily estimated to run out of money in the next 15 years taxes must go up to sustain government spending and promises.
4. Taxes at All-Time Lows Creating Opportune Time to Convert IRA Accounts
Tax Rates are near record lows and are expected to rise sharply in the coming years... Read More