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How to Demolish Your Retirement

(7/21/23) Are you happy with the markets? You can't fight the tape; the slowdown of the consumer has yet to occur; transcripts of earnings calls have not been dire. How to deal with IRS Rules changes for IRA's. If the government is taking your money like this now, what will they do next? Why they're pushing Roth's: they want your money now. Inherited IRA's vs Roth's: Roth conversions as legacy strategy. (Why all the delay and confusion with RMD Rules?) The impact of caregiving on retirement plans.

2:55 - Happy with the Markets?
14:04 - Rule Changes for IRA's
30:10 - Inherited IRA's vs Roth's
44:19 - Impact of Caregiving on Retirement

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