IRA Rollovers

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IRS Allows Self-Certification For Waiver of 60-Day Rollover Requirement

On August 24th, the IRS released guidance that permits an automatic waiver of the sixty-day rollover period for retirement plan distributions by allowing individuals to self-certify that they qualify for the waiver under any...more

IRS Makes Late Rollovers Easier

Generally, distributions from a qualified retirement plan that are eligible for rollover must be rolled over within 60 days of the date on which the distribution occurs. If a taxpayer did not complete the rollover within 60...more

I Know My Rollover is Late, but It’s Okay. Trust Me.

As retirement plan professionals know, certain distributions from plans and IRAs to taxpayers can be rolled over to another plan or IRA within 60 days. Of course, sometimes 60 days is just not enough and the IRS recognizes...more

IRS Permits Several Waivers for Taxpayers Who Miss Rollover Deadline

The Internal Revenue Service has offered some reprieve to individuals who receive a distribution from a retirement plan or an individual retirement arrangement (IRA) and inadvertently miss the 60-day time limit for rolling...more

New Relief for Meeting the 60-Day Limit for IRA and Retirement Plan Rollovers

IRA and retirement plan rollovers are common occurrences, but they can be confusing. There a variety of rules and procedures which must be followed and mistakes may be costly. In addition to the potential for the rollover...more

IRS Publishes Guidance Allowing Taxpayers to Self-Certify An Excuse from the 60-day Rollover Rule in Specified Hardship Scenarios

If you ask, plan administrators will tell you that for every deadline or specified time limit that is imposed by law upon plan participants for taking action with respect to an employee benefit plan, there are always a...more

Treasury Provides Relief for Late 60-Day Rollovers

The Internal Revenue Code allows qualified plan participants and IRA owners to withdraw assets from a plan or IRA and contribute them to another (or the same) plan or IRA without being taxed on the distribution, if the...more

Wealth Management Update - September 2016

September Interest Rates for GRATs, Sales to Defective Grantor Trusts, Intra-Family Loans and Split Interest Charitable Trusts - The September § 7520 rate for use with estate planning techniques such as CRTs, CLTs, QPRTs...more

New Self-Certification Procedure for Late Rollovers

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued Revenue Procedure 2016-47, which provides for a new self-certification procedure for participants who receive retirement plan distributions but inadvertently miss the 60-day time...more

IRS Simplifies Rules for Correcting Failed Rollover

On August 24, 2016 the IRS published Revenue Procedure 2016-47, which simplifies the steps for correcting a missed rollover from a qualified plan or IRA to another qualified plan or IRA. Amounts distributed from a qualified...more

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Financial Advisers and retail financial services firms face a number of challenges in dealing with the new fiduciary rule the Department of Labor announced this spring. But little did they know that they may confront the...more

Remembering Four Years Ago, Will Tax Reform Come out of This Lame Duck Session of Congress?

No matter who wins the White House in November, the new president’s agenda will include tax reform. But changes to our tax laws need not wait until after inauguration day, as we learned four years ago when the “fiscal cliff”...more

Employee Benefits Developments - June 2016

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued final regulations describing how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) apply to employer wellness...more

All Assets Are Not Created Equal When It Comes to IRA Rollovers (PLR 201547010)

When the taxpayer in PLR 201547010 decided to invest his IRA assets in a partnership, he forgot to check whether his IRA provider was able to hold an interest in a partnership as an investment in the IRAs for which it served...more

The DOL’s New Fiduciary Rule: Capturing the Apparent Conflict at the “Moment of Rollover”

The US Department of Labor’s final fiduciary rule captures rollover, transfer and distribution recommendations to retirement investors. In essence, under the rule, a financial organization or adviser is acting as a fiduciary...more

Simplified 401(k) Roth Rollover Rules Finalized

Final Roth Rollover Rules Retain Simplification of Prior Notice and Ease Rollovers for Participants with Both Roth and Pre-Tax Amounts in their 401(k) Plan Account - Prior to the proposed rules on Roth 401(k)...more

New PTEs Impact Broker’s and Advisor’s Relationship with Retirement Plans and IRAs and Also Impact Plan Sponsors and Fiduciaries

While only the plan service providers, like brokers, are required to comply with the requirements of the revised and new prohibited transaction class exemptions contained in the package with the definition of...more

MoFo New York Tax Insights - Volume 7, Issue 4

ALJ holds that Insurance Payments to Captive Insurance Company Are not Deductible - In Matter of Stewart’s Shops Corp., DTA No. 825745 (N.Y.S. Div. of Tax App., Mar. 10, 2016), a New York State Administrative Law Judge...more

Congress Extends Various Tax Benefits

There has been a long history of various tax benefits being extended for short periods. In many recent years, Congress has enacted provisions late in the year, often in December, to extend various provisions for another...more

IRA Charitable Rollover Made Permanent

President Obama signed the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act into law on December 18, 2015. As a result, the IRA charitable rollover is now available to qualifying taxpayers on a permanent basis....more

Donors and Charities Benefit Under New Tax Legislation

While most provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (“Code”) do not automatically expire, there are dozens that do. Included among the expiring provisions have been several intended to enhance charitable giving. Each has been...more

The Charitable IRA Rollover is Now Permanent!

Under the normal rules, an IRA distribution is included in the gross income of a donor, who then may claim a charitable income tax deduction if she contributes that money to charity. There has been a special rule for...more

Permanent Charitable IRA Rollover

Congress recently made permanent the IRA charitable rollover. Individuals over age 70½ can make lifetime gifts, up to $100,000 per year, to qualified public charities from their individual retirement accounts (IRAs). To...more

Using Your IRA to Buy a Business: Still a Risky Strategy

I blogged in the past about decisions in which taxpayers have used assets in their IRA to finance a new business. This structure is sometimes known as a ROBS or rollover for business startups. In 2013, the tax court held that...more

White House Budget Recommends Elimination of in-Plan Roth Rollovers of After-Tax Contributions

As reported, the Internal Revenue Code currently permits a plan design that allows plan participants to convert non-Roth after-tax contributions to Roth contributions through in-plan Roth rollovers. This design would allow a...more

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