IRA and retirement planning plays a big part in your future.
With the right strategy, you’re able to leave the working world behind on or before your target age. Conversely, if you don’t take the right steps now, it could harm your ability to retire on time in the future.
Combining IRA and retirement planning with estate planning is essential to your financial future.
Here are the types of things you need to think about:
- IRA and retirement account rules and regulations: Everchanging rules and regulations make it difficult to stay current with what you can and can’t do from a retirement planning perspective.
- The impact of your retirement savings on your estate plan: For example, the type of retirement accounts you have will affect your taxes while you’re living and after your passing.
- Rules for withdrawals: There are withdrawal rules associated with retirement accounts. These rules dictate when you can access your money without penalty, as well as when you’re required to begin distributions.
Even though a large portion of U.S. adults have no retirement savings, it’s never too late to get started.
As you review your IRA and other retirement savings accounts, do so with the idea of reaching your goals and protecting yourself and your finances now and in the future.
The right approach to retirement planning will put your mind at ease, as you know you’re taking steps that will allow you to enjoy your “golden years.” At The Edwards Law Firm, P.A., we want to help you retire as soon as possible. With advanced knowledge of IRA and retirement planning—as they relate to estate planning—none of your questions will go unanswered. Contact us online or via phone for more information on our services and how we can help you plan for your retirement.