Here’s the Wall Street Journal’s perspective on the current opportunity for making charitable gifts of the required minimum distributions of your IRA.
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From The Wall Street Journal (12/26/10) “The 2011 Economic Outlook – and What it Means for You”: anyone expecting those (tax) gifts from Washington to lift the cloud of uncertainty hanging over the U.S. economy will be disappointed. If anything, the outlook is hazier than ever.
Congress and the White House are busy jockeying for position on whether — and for how long — to extend the Bush income tax cuts that expire at the end of this year. It’s time for you to get busy, too. With just a little more than three months left in 2010, you’ve got to make sure your own tax situation is in order.
Another installment in the list of things you really don’t want to think about (but should) when you send your kids off to college. A little bit of awareness of potential problems can go a long way to keeping your loved ones safe.
Something you may not want to consider, but should, when you send your kids off to college. Not a bad idea to talk with your insurance advisors about how to deal with risk of loss and protection from potential liability vis-a-vis your budding scholars.
Some words of wisdom for people who have assets in, or reside in, multiple jurisdictions.