Who wouldn’t want extra cash in their pocket without having to pay taxes to the IRS? In today’s episode, Scott dives into the topic of getting more tax-free gains and shares valuable strategies for growing your wealth without paying hefty taxes. From contributing to a Roth 401(k) or SEP Roth to utilizing the backdoor Roth IRA process, Scott provides insights to help you make the most of tax-free gains.
Tag: financial planning
No one enjoys making mistakes, as they can result in wasted time and money and cause significant stress and frustration. In the complex world of retirement planning, there are countless pitfalls one could fall into if you aren’t properly prepared. In this episode, we’re going talk about the top 5 money mistakes that Scott often sees in retirement planning and how to avoid making them.
In this episode, we dive into a common question: Can you work and receive a wage income while collecting Social Security? The answer may surprise you, as it’s yes, maybe, and no. Join us as we explore each response in detail, discussing whether your benefits would be reduced and uncovering ways to reclaim any deductions. Additionally, we’ll discuss four key ingredients to consider when deciding the optimal time to take your Social Security benefits.
Ep 105: Paying Off the Mortgage, Convincing a Spouse to Retire, Taxes on Inheritance – Mailbag Episode
In today’s episode, we continue discussing and answering listener questions we’ve received. Scott will answer questions on paying off your home mortgage, navigating retirement discussions with your partner, and leaving behind an inheritance for your children. Listen in as you may find yourself asking a similar question, in a similar scenario, or able to take the strategies discussed to help improve your financial picture!
Effective retirement planning involves not only knowing your sources of income, such as Social Security but also having a clear understanding of the expenses that will be incurred from that income. It’s very important to consider all potential costs to ensure a comfortable retirement. In Scott’s experience, there is one cost that many individuals tend to overlook or underestimate, and that’s what we’ll be discussing in today’s episode.
In today’s episode, we are going to look at the results of the 2023 Retirement Confidence Survey. Join us as Scott unpacks these surprising statistics, shares his takeaways, and reveals the insights they provide when it comes to retirement planning. Whether you are nearing retirement or have already retired, this episode is packed with valuable information.
Retirement can come with a lot of tax questions and concerns. From understanding the tax implications of withdrawing from your retirement accounts to minimizing taxes on investment income, it can be overwhelming. In today’s episode, we’ll break down the 7 tax questions that people approaching retirement are asking.
Ep 101: Roth Income Limits, Roth Conversions, Extra Savings And Spousal Social Security – Mailbag Episode
We’re going to dive into some listener questions today! In this mailbag episode, we’ll discuss the contrasts between Roth conversions and Roth contributions and clarify which of these options have income limits. We will also explore what to do if your 401k contributions are already maxed out. We’ll then wrap up with an insightful discussion on spousal Social Security benefits.
To celebrate our 100th episode of the podcast, we’re going to share 10 lessons from retirees to help you and your retirement plan. These tips will help you build wealth, reduce stress during the planning process and retire with confidence. So, whether you’re retired or not, this episode will be packed with valuable lessons for folks of all ages.
Subscribe With Your Favorite App Show Notes As we approach the end of the year, saving money on taxes becomes a bigger focus for many