Module 30 Retirement Arranging

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Module 30 Retirement Planning

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Menu The requirement for retirement arranging Tax deferral and retirement arranging Qualification of benefits arrangements Other retirement reserve funds vehicles Types of retirement vehicles Payouts from retirement arranges Penalties for overabundance dispersions and gatherings Tax and other arranging

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The Need for Retirement Planning Key Learning Objectives Introduction Accumulations required for retirement

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Tax Deferral and Retirement Planning Key Learning Objectives Introduction to assessment deferrals Before-and after-duty investment funds examination Cost of deferral to the administration Tax deferral vehicles Pension arranges

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Qualification of Pension Plans and other Retirement Vehicles Key Learning Objectives Exclusive advantage §401(a)(2) Nondiscrimination §401(a)(5) Participation §401(a)(3) Coverage §410(b) Vesting §401(a)(7) Distribution §401(a)(9)

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Types of Plans Key Learning Objectives (1) Defined commitment arranges Defined advantage arranges Combined characterized advantage and commitment arranges Excess commitments Keogh (independently employed benefits) arranges

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Defined Contribution Plans Contribution is characterized by indicated equation Maximum sum lesser of 25% of the representative's pay or $30,000 (2000), filed for swelling Once commitment is given to the annuity trustees, business has no further monetary obligation Risk falls on the worker

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Defined Benefit Plans Benefit is characterized by particular recipe Maximum advantage is littlest of * $10,000, * 100% of the member's normal remuneration for 3 most generously compensated years, OR * $135,000 (2000), expansion balanced Risk connected with contributing the arrangement's advantages falls on boss not the representative

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Excess Contribution Contributions to an arrangement in abundance of the points of confinement are not deductible to the business Trigger a 10% extract charge on the business Excess assets can be come back to employer held in plan and used in future years

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Keogh (Self-Employed Pension) Plans No noteworthy distinction from other annuity arranges Net salary from independent work is substituted for pay Gross wage from independent work decreased by All typical findings of winning that pay Half of the individual's independent work impose The sum contributed on that individual's behalf to the Keogh arrange

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Other Types of Plans Key Learning Objectives (2) CODA- - Cash or conceded course of action §401(k) Tax conceded annuity §403(b) IRA - Individual retirement account §408(a)

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Cash or Deferred Arrangements CODA- - §401(k) Allow workers to choose to concede some portion of their pay Vest instantly Income earned by commitments impose conceded Tax is conceded until cash is paid out of the arrangement Elective deferrals may not surpass $10,500 (2000)

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Tax Deferred Annuities- - §403 (b) Plans Employees of Public instructive associations Charitable associations - §501 (c)(3) Defined commitment benefits arrange Basic cutoff is 25% of pay up to $30,000

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Tax Deferred Annuities- - Other Limits that Apply Elective deferrals can't surpass $10,500 (2000) Amount conceded for any year is restricted to 20% of pay times the number of years of administration Reduced by excludable commitments made in earlier years

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Individual Retirement Accounts IRA- - §408 (1) Every person with earned pay is qualified for add to an IRA not everybody is qualified for deduct commitment Earnings in an IRA collect without being liable to impose Even if commitment is not deductible

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Individual Retirement Accounts IRA- - §408 (1) Maximum yearly commitment is lesser of the individual's earned pay or $2,000 Married couple- - each may contribute $2,000 regardless of the possibility that one and only had wage

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Individual Retirement Accounts Deductible Contribution? May be deductible in registering AGI Deduction is constrained if Covered by qualified annuity plan AND AGI > base sums controlled by filing status

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The Roth IRA Tax now, continues tax exempt The commitment is assessable Withdrawals (and profit) are not exhausted Must be recognized as Roth IRAs when made Maximum commitment to ALL IRAs restricted to $2,000 per citizen All IRA commitments must be assembled in considering the cutoff

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The Roth IRA Further Limits on Contribution The reasonable commitment is decreased when the citizen's AGI surpasses For single citizen - $95,000. For wedded, documenting mutually - $150,000. For wedded, documenting independently - $0. The permissible commitment is eliminated proportionately throughout the following $15,000 of AGI

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Types of Plans Key Learning Objectives (3) SEP - Simplified representative annuity arrange §408(k) SIMPLE - Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees §408(p)

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Simplified Employee Pension Plan SEP- - 408(k) Avoids the inconvenience and cost of setting up and keeping up a benefits trust Contribution is made to an IRA set up by/or for the individual worker

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Simplified Employee Pension Plan SEP- - 408(k) Maximum commitment is restricted to the lesser of 15 percent of pay or $30,000

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Simplified Employee Pension Plan SEP- - 408(k) The representative can even now contribute $2,000 to this or different IRAs, $4,000 if spousal IRA B ut deductibility of this commitment might be influenced by the SEP Can't deduct a commitment to an IRA if secured by annuity arrange

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Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees- - SIMPLE- - §408(p) Company must have <100 representatives No other qualified arrangements permitted No non-segregation tests No top-substantial guidelines 100% vesting of manager commitments

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Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees- - SIMPLE- - §408(p) Employee qualified if Compensation > $5,000 In any two earlier years Employee can concede lessor of $6,000 or 25% of remuneration Can receive either IRA or 401(k) structure

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Payouts From Retirement Plans Key Learning Objectives (1) Early withdrawals Generally subject to punishment if made before age 59 1/2 Some arrangements have special cases for training first home medicinal costs

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Payouts From Retirement Plans Key Learning Objectives (1) Rollover disseminations reinvested inside 60 days to IRA New boss arrangement Keogh if independently employed Normal payouts from assessment conceded vehicles burdened as conventional salary (unless ROTH)

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Payouts from Retirement Plans Key Learning Objectives (2) Lump-entirety dispersions May have the capacity to pay impose more than 5 years Minimum required conveyances Must be made by age 701/2 (aside from ROTH) Penalty for not taking the required least appropriation

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Penalties for Excess Distributions and Accumulations Key Learning Objectives Excess circulations Penalty charge on abundance singular amount circulations Penalty charge on overabundance gatherings at death (aside from ROTH)

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Tax and Other Planning Key Learning Objectives Using IRA as bank account IRA investment funds advantage worksheet Should the expense on abundance dispersions or collections be stayed away from?